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Social Vocab

Vocab from the textbook

immigration? the process of people establishing homes and citizenship in a country that is not their native country.
in debt? to owe money.
durable? long lasting.
lineage? ancestry or family line.
Great Depression? the global economic slowdown that occured between 1929 and 1939.
republic? a system of government that does not have a monarch (usually a democracy).
scurvy? a disease resulting from lack of Vitamin C that causes internal bleeding.
tariff? an extra charge.
genocide? a policy to eliminate people of a particular cultural identity.
coerce? to force.
cholera? a contagious disease that causes intestinal problems and dehydration.
Canadien? a decendant of the settlers of New France.
bicultural? giving official recognition to two cultures
charter? a set of rules and privileges granted to a company by a king or queen.
deport? to send out of a country.
Created by: shadow97