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9A Key Vocabulary

Words and Phrases from U.S. History

TermDefinition
Tariff Tax on Imported Goods
Imports Goods purchased from another country
Plantation A large, commercial farm
Cash Crop Plants grown not for personal use, but for sale to others
Nullification State decision that a Federal law does not need to be followed
Federalism Dividing government duties between the national government and the states
Compromise Mutual concessions - everybody gives up something they want in order to make a deal and move forward
Proviso a requirement
Suffrage the right to vote
Abolition "to abolish" means to end something; Abolition often refers to ending slavery
Judicial Review The Supreme Court can declare a law of Congress unconstitutional - Marbury v. Madison
Sectionalism Loyalty to a state or region, instead of loyalty to your country