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History Ch. 5 Vocab

History Vocabulary Terms for Chapter 5

proclamation A formal public statement that announces something new
tax money paid by people to a government for public expenses
customs agent This person was in charge of collecting taxes as well as controlling the flow of goods in an out of a country
massacre the brutal killing of several people at once
democracy a political system in which power lies with citizens who choose people to represent them
militiamen an army formed by local citizens to serve in emergencies
philosophers people who share ideas about how people should and should not live
unalienable a person's basic rights, that cannot be taken away by another person or government
loyalists Americans who stayed loyal to King George including slaves and Native Americans
Created by: sfarwell