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Social Studies 10D

Russia & Eurasian Republics: History, Government, & Economics

TermDefinition
Invaders Enemies who enter a country by force
Communism A system of government in which a single party controls the government and the economy
Propaganda Information made to influence people's opinions or advance and organization or party's ideas
Serfs From the 1500's to the 1800's, a poor Russian or european peasant farmer who rented land from a landlord and had few rights
Socialism A system of government in which the government controls economic resources
Coup A sudden, illegal takeover of government by force
Revenue Income
Czar A term used for an emperor in Russia
Secular Worldly, not connected to a religion
Strikes Work stoppages by employees who refuse to work
Autonomy A country or people's self-governance
Proportional representation A system in which a political party gets the same percentage of seats as its percentage of votes
Tribute Fees paid to another ruler or country for protection or as a token of submission
Reign The period Of rule for a king, queen, Emperor, or empress
Scorched-earth policy In 1812, practice in which Russian troops, as they retreated from Napoleon's Army, burned crops and resources that could Supply the enemy
Collective Farms In the Soviet Union, a large farm where workers grew food to be distributed to the entire population
Federal system A system of government with a strong central government and local government units
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