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wctermsunit6and7

Vertical Terms Unit 6 & 7

TermDefinition
propaganda The distribution and censorship of written and visual materials that convey a particular message.
republic A form of government in which people elect representatives to legislate.
traditional economy This generally refers to an economy based on subsistence farming or customary activities.
command economy An economy in which the government controls all production and distribution of goods and services.
socialist economy An economy in which the government owns and operates large-scale companies for the benefit of the public.
federation The union of self-governing states.
monotheism The belief in one god.
scarcity The condition where there is not enough of a product to meet demand for the product.
desalinization The process of removing salt from sea water to make fresh water.
Created by: kcmccoy