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1st Sem ACP Review

Economic and Political Systems, Vocabulary

This is the economic system where the government controls the economy. Mercantilism
This is the transatlantic trade system in which goods, including slaves, were exchanged between Africa, Europe, West Indies and the colonies in North America Triangle Trade
This was the middle part of the triangular trade route, the voyage between Africa and North America, that brought captured Africans into slavery. the Middle Passage
This was the economic system largely used in the south which was dependent on slave labor to work crops. The owners lived on the land. Plantation Economy
This economic system allows freedom to operate businesses for personal growth. This is the economic system used in America. Free Market Economy
This law set up the orderly growth of the United States. The Northwest Ordinance
If the president does not agree with a law submitted by congress he can reject it through this power. veto
A law that goes against the Constitution it is said to be what? Unconstitutional
To have supreme power Sovereignty
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