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mexican national

person sent to another country to represent his or her government rep of a country. job minister
person from mexico or mexican desert that moved to and lives in south texas. person tejano
person who holds deep love for his or her country. person patriot
military fort. a fort similar to a presidio. building garrisons
a plan of government that describes the different parts of the government and their duties and powers. thing constitution
person who wages an unofficial war on a country. person filibusters
the spanish word for ''contractor'', a person who puts together business deals. job or a person empresario
moving out of one place, country or state and into another place. thing immigration
a form of government in which the national government has most of the power while the states have little power. thing central government
where people vote for a representative to make decisions on their behalf. person representative government
Created by: PeytonWood