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Inauguration the ceremony in which the president takes the oath of office
precedent a tradition
bond a note issued by the government which promises to pay off a loan with interest
speculator person who risks money in order to make a large profit
national debt the amount of money a national government owes to other governments or it's people
unconstitutional not agreeing or consistent with the Constitution
tariff a tax on imports or exports
neutrality a position of not taking sides in a conflict
impressment forcing people into service, as the navy
partisan favoring one side of an issue
implied powers powers not specifically mentioned in the Constitution
caucus a meeting help by a political party to choose their party's candidate for the president or decided policy
alien an immigrant living in a country in which he or she is not a citizen
sedition activities aimed at weakening established government
deport to send out of a country
states' rights rights and powers independant of the federal government that are reserved for the states by the constitution; the belief that states' rights supersede federal rights and law
nullify to cancel or make ineffective
cabinet a group of advisors to the president
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