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SS Unit 2 Vocab. 10

Unit 2 Social Studies 10 word vocabulary list

TermDefinition
contiguous joined together inside a common boundary; bordering, adjacent
prairie rolling inland grasslands with fertile soil
drought long periods without rainfall
terrorism the use of violence against civilians, by individuals or groups, to reach political goals
representative democracy type of government where people vote for leaders to make and enforce the laws
federalism a government where power is divided up between the federal government and the state governments
amendment addition or change made to the constitution, such as the Bill of Rights
indigenous people who are descended from an area's first inhabitants
bilingual being able to speak two languages fluently
free market an economy where people are free to buy and sell whatever they want, with limited government involvement