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Niccola SS Less 3-5

Niccola Social Studies Lessons 3-5

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An official population count census
A group of citizens choosen by citizens to vote for the President and Vice President electoral college
To reject veto
To accuse a government such as the President (treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors) impeach
A supreme court judge justice
A system that gives each branch of government different powers so each branch can watch over the authority of others. checks and balances
To approve ratify
After the American Revolution a citizen who wanted a strong national government was in favor of ratifying the constitution Federalist
A citizen who was against ratification of the constitution. Anti-Federalist
An addition or change to the Constitution amendment
The English Charter granted by King John in 1215. It lists the royal class rights and the rules of the King Magna Carta
The principle that guarantees the right to a fair public trial. due process of law
Authority that belongs to the states or the people, not the national government reserved powers
A group of the President's most important advisors cabinet
A group whose members seek to elect a government official who shares the groups point of view about money issues. political party
A person running for office candidate
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