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We The People

Dem/pop/greg Greek & Latin Roots

Democracy a form of government in which people choose leaders by voting; an organization or situation in which everyone has equal rights.
demographic the qualities, such as age, gender, and income, or a specific group of people; a group of people that has a particular set of qualities
epidemic an occurrence in which a disease (or something harmful or unwanted) spreads quickly and affects a large number of people
population the number of people who live in a place; a group of people or animals of a particular kind that live in a place
popular liked or enjoyed by many people; accepted, followed, used or done by many people
populist relating to a political party that claims to represent ordinary people
congregate to come together in a group or crowd
gregarious enjoying the company of other people
segregate set apart from the rest or from each other; isolate or divide; to separate groups of people because of their race, religion, etc.
egregious very bad and easily noticed
Created by: ctillman413