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Gr 4 History Ch 11

Gr 4 History Ch 11 New Words

TermDefinition
President head of government; has the power to see that the nation's laws are obeyed
Congress part of government that has the power to make our country's most important laws
houses the two groups that make up the Congress: the Senate and the House of Representatives
Senate house of Congress with one hundred members: two Senators from each state
House of Representatives other house of Congress; the number of representatives from each state is determined by the size of the state
Supreme Court highest court in the United States; its job is to judge whether the Constitution has been obeyed
replublic government run by representatives of the people
Inauguration Day day when a President of the United States takes the oath of office
Created by: mbrennan262