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History Vocablary

TermDefinition
Inauguration ceremony in which the President officially is sworn in and takes the oath of office
Precedent An act or decision that sets an example for others to follow
Cabinet Group of officials who lead government departments and give advice to the President
National Debt Total amount of money that a government owes
Foreign Policy The action that nation takes in relation to other nations
Neutral Not taking sides
Sedition Stirring up rebellion against the government
Nullify To cancel
Laissez Faire An idea stating the government should play as small a role as possible in domestic affairs
Tribute A bribe
Impressment The practice of forcing people into the military service
Embargo Ban on trade
Nationalism Devotion to one's country
Isolationism Policy of limiting involvement in the political affairs of foreign countries
Confederation League of independent or nations
Created by: irouse