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3.6 Impact of Rights

Civics Florida Standard SS.7.C.3.6 Impact of Rights

TermDefinition
civil disobedience the refusal to obey certain laws as a form of political protest
economic freedom the freedom to produce, trade, or use any goods or services without use of force, fraud, or theft
eminent domain the right of the government to take private property for public use; the Fifth Amendment requires that fair compensation be made when property is taken under eminent domain
forced internment the confinement of a group of people, especially during a war
freedom of assembly the right to hold meetings and form groups without interference by the government; guaranteed in the First Amendment
property rights the right to own property; mentioned in the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments