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ROT Vocabulary

Texas History-7th Grade-2016-2017

treaty a formal agreement between multiple countries and/or people
foreign policy dealing with issues outside the country
administration term of office; period service of a governmental administrator
ratified approved
capitol building where the state or national legislature meets
annexation the process of a territory or country being added to another country
cabinet groups of advisors; people in the government with certain duties
capital town or city that the official seat of the government
republic type of government in which voters elect representatives to carry out the wishes of he majority of the citizens
domestic policy dealing with issues inside the country
archives official records; collection of important public documents
poll tax money that must be paid to vote
expedition journey for a special purpose
specie coined money; gold and silver to back up paper money
inaugural address opening speech when a person becomes a president or governor
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