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vocab 3

independence freedom from rule by another. especially another country
confederacy a union of states, an alliance or league
union a combination of states with a single overall government
culture all that a human society produces including arts, crafts, beliefs, and way of doing things
secede to withdraw from or leave a union
conflict a disagreement or a clashing of interest
states rights an idea that each state should govern itself
abolish to get rid of or do away with
abolitionist a person who is against slavery
devise tending to divide or tear apart
freedom liberty, not being a slave, and able to make your own decisions
civil war a war between two groups or regions of the same country
plantation a very large farm specializing in one main crop mainly cotton
compromise an agreement with each side giving up some of its demands
tariff a tax