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Intro to Rev. Vocab.

Study for your Road to Revolution Vocabulary Test

Alliance a formal agreement among groups or individuals
Delegate a representative
Parliament the law
Proclamation a public announcement
Budget a plan for spending money
Representation to have someone speak or act for you
Treason the act of working against one’s own government
Congress a formal meeting of government representatives
Boycott to refuse to buy or use goods or services
Repeal to cancel, or undo, a law
Protest to work against or object to a certain policy
Blockade to use warships to prevent (stop) other ships from entering or leaving the harbor
Quarter to provide or pay for housing
Petition a signed request made to an official organization
Minutemen a member of the Massachusetts colony militia who could quickly be ready to fight the British
Revolution a sudden, complete change such as the overthrow of an established government
Commander in chief A person who is in control of all of the armed forces of a nation.
Olive branch an ancient symbol of peace
Independence the freedom to govern on one’s own
Resolution a formal group statement
Declaration an official statement
Preamble an introduction, first part
Grievance a complaint
Imperial policy laws and orders issued by the British government
Monopoly the complete control of a product or good by one person or group
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