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Government

QuestionAnswer
constitution a plan for government
ratify to approve and adopt an official document
veto to reject a bill
impeach to put an official on trial for wrongdoing
amendment a change or addition to an official document
guarantee a promise that something will be provided
fundamental a word that means basic or essential
responsibility is something people do because it is their job or duty
politics process of choosing government leaders and running the government
inform to tell
press members of the news media, such as reporters and columnists
due process the idea that the government must follow the rules established laws
jury a group of citizens who decide a court case
defend to argue in favor of a person, action, or point of view
debate to discuss all points of view
submit to offer for approval
persuade to win over with words
federalism a system of government in which power is shared between a national government and states
appeal to ask for a case to be heard again
confederation a union of people who join together for a common purpose
conclusion a well-thought out judgement or decision
delegate a person who represents others at an important meeting
Created by: parker-ostrom
 

 



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