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SS: Causes of Rev.

4th: Unit 3: Chapter 8

QuestionAnswer
Alliance A formal agreement among groups or individuals.
Delegate A representative.
Parliament The lawmaking branch of the British government.
Proclamation A public announcement.
Budget A plan for spending money.
Representation Having someone to speak or to act for you.
Treason The act of working against one's own government.
Congress A formal meeting of representatives.
Boycott To refuse to buy or use goods or services.
Repeal To cancel, or undo, a law.
Imperial Policy Laws and orders issued by the British government.
Protest To work against or object to a certain policy.
Monopoly The complete control of a product or good by one person or group.
Blockade To use warships to prevent other ships from entering or leaving a harbor.
Quarter To provide or pay for housing.
Petition A signed request made to an official person or organization.
Minutemen Members of the Massachusetts colony militia who could quickly be ready to fight the British.
Revolution A sudden, complete change, such as the overthrow of an established government.
Commander-in-Chief A person who is in control of all the armed forces of a nation.
Earthwork A wall made of earth and stone.
Olive Branch An ancient symbol of peace.
Independence The freedom to govern on one's own.
Resolution A formal group statement.
Declaration An official statement.
Preamble An introduction; first part.
Grievance A complaint.
Created by: debiza