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habeas corpus bring prisoner to court so the court can determine the judge ment
holocaust the systematic murder or genocide of jews
H-bomb hydrogen bomb
ghetto a city in which a certain minority group is forced to live
earth day a day set aside for environmental education
iron curtain used by winston churchill in 1946 to describe an imaginary line
kamikaze deliberate crashing of a bomb filled airplane into a military target
manhattan project the u.s program to develop the atomic bomb
mass production large production of goods in large quantities
nazi the political party of adolf hitler
bleeding kansas slaves or not
underground railroad a route that slaves used to escape
Harriet Tubman leader of the underground railroad
fugitive slave act allowed slave owners to get their slaves
popular sovereignty the right for a state to have slaves or not
free-soil party anti-slavery
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