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the governing body of a nation, state, or community government
the basic written set of principles and precedents of federal government in the U.S., which came into operation in 1789 and has since been modified by twenty-seven amendments. Constitution
the elected head of a republican state President
incorporation as equals into society integration
a complaint, objection, or display of unwillingness usually to an idea or course of action nonviolent protest
the capital of the U.S. Washington, D. C.
the separation or isolation of a race, class, or ethnic group segregation
a country that occupies most of the southern half of North America as well as Alaska and the Hawaiian Islands United States of America
the nonpolitical rights of a citizen, especially the rights of personal liberty civil rights
the quality of being just, impartial, or fair justice
to engage in a refusal to have dealings with (as a person, store, or organization) usually to express disapproval boycott
racial prejudice or discrimination racism
walk along public roads in an organized procession to protest about something march
the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint freedom
high or special regard: esteem respect
Created by: Lauper