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vocab

TermDefinition
cabinet a group of advisors to the president
enumerated powers powers specifically mentioned in the constitution
implied powers powers not explicitly listed in the constitution but necessary for the government to do its job
judicial review the power of the supreme count to decide whether laws passed by congress were constitutional and to strike down those that were not
nativism prejudice or hostility toward foreigners
labor union organization of workers who press for better wages and working
spoils system the pr practice of appointing people to government jobs on the basis of a political party choose the nominee for president
secede to withdraw
nullification to declare invalid
temperance abstinence from alcohol
abolition an immediate end to slavery
emancipation freeing enslaved person
Created by: gabbylilkitten13