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Ch 8 Vocabulary SS

A New Nation

QuestionAnswer
Precedent A tradition (pg 259)
Nullify To cancel or make ineffective (pg 271)
Tariff A tax on imports or exports (pg 262)
Implied Powers Powers not specifically stated in the Constitution (pg 221)
Sedition Activities aimed at weakening the established government (pg 271)
States Rights Rights and powers independent of the federal government that are reserved for the states by the Constitution (pg 271)
Bond A note issued by the government, which promises to pay off a loan with interest (pg 261)
Partisan Favoring one side of an issue (pg 268)
Alien An immigrant living in a country in which he or she is not a citizen (pg 271)
Cabinet advisers to the President
Inaugurate admit (someone) formally to public office
Created by: kguilmino225