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OMC -SS-Chapter 11

Oak Manor Center - Social Studies - Chapter 11 Vocabulary

Classical Referring to the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome
City-state Independent political unit that includes a city and the surrounding area
Democracy A form of limited government in which power rests with the people, and all citizens share in running the government
Republic A government in which people choose their leaders
Emperor An all-powerful ruler
Pope The head of the Roman Catholic Church
Feudalism A political and social system in which kings gave land to the nobles in exchange for the nobles' promise to serve them; those nobles provided military service as knights for the king.
Nation-state A country formed of people who share a common culture and history.
Revolution A sweeping change
Holocaust The mass killing of 6 million European Jews by Germany's Nazi leaders during World War II.
Communism A system of government in which the government controls the ways of producing goods.
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