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The C's SS vocab

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Constitution A written plan for government.
Citizen An official member pf a city, a state, or nation.
Territory Land ruled by a national government but which has no representatives and the government.
Ordinance A law.
Federal States share power with the central government, but central government has power than the states.
Republic A government in which the citizens elect leaders to represent them.
Compromise Both sides give up something to settle a disagree.
Ratify To accept.
Democracy A government in which the people have the power to make political decisions.
Checks and Balances A system that lets each branch limit the power of the other two.
Unconstitutional A law that do not follow rules laid out by the Constitution.
Amendment A change to the constitution.
Inauguration An official ceremony to make someone president.
Cabinet A group chosen by the president to help run the executive branch and give advice
Political Party A group of people who shares similar ideas about government.
Interest What people pay to borrow money.
Capital The city where government meets.
The Three Branches of Government Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.
Veto To reject laws made by congress.
George Washington Said "My Countrymen will except too much from me."
Created by: John Cena