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Ch. 5 Terms

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TermDefinition
Constitution a set of basic principles that determines the powers and duties of a Government
suffrage the right to vote
ratification the approving of a doc. or constitution
ordinance a law;act
Tariff a tax on imports or exports
Interstate Commerce trade between 2 or more states
Inflation increased prices for goods and services combined with the reduced value of money
Depression a steep drop in economic activity combined with rising employment
Popular Sovereignty the idea that political authority belongs to the people
Federalism US system of Government in which power is distributed between a central Government and individual states
advocate to plead in favor of
Amendment an official change to a law or constitution
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