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chpt 8 quiz 2

social studies vocab

TermDefinition
impressment forcing (kidnapping) people to serve in the military against their wishes
"Farewell Address" Washington's final advice to the nation against the growth of political parties and against taking sides in European affairs and wars
partisan favors one side of an issue - to pick a side to support
political party a group of people with similar views on how the government should be run who band together to get their candidates elected to government offices
implied powers powers that are not specifically mentioned in the constitution
caucus a meeting held by a political party to choose their party's candidate for president
neutrality not to take sides in a conflict
XYZ Affair Three French agents speaking for the French gov't demanded the U.S. pay a bribe and loan the French money.
Alien a person living in a country of which he is not a citizen
deport to send aliens out of the country if they are considered dangerous
sedition activities aimed at weakening and bringing down the government
nullify the idea that states had the power under the constitution to legally overturn and declare federal laws unconstitutional
State's Rights the idea that states can limit the powers of the federal government
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