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A limited government is one whose legalized force and power is restricted through delegated and enumerated authorities. Countries with limited governments have fewer laws about what individuals and businesses can and cannot do. In many cases, such as the United States, it is a constitutionally limited government, ...How does a limited government affect the economy?
By restricting itself to a bare minimum of public services, a limited government tends to impose a relatively low tax burden on businesses and individuals. With lower taxes, households and businesses have increased disposable income to spend, save, and invest, all of which helps the economy grow.How is the size of government decided by the people?
Limited Government. A limited government defines how much power the government can have, which is decided on how much the people give them. This is why we vote on how much taxes are, we decide how much money the government can take from us. This is all decided on by a majority of the population.How did the Constitution create a limited government?
The United States Constitution, written in 1787, extended the idea of a limited government by requiring the election of legislators by the people. It also segmented the federal government into three branches: legislative, judicial and executive.