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All About America

Smallwood- Social Studies America Intro

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Things the Earth provides for us to use for daily life Natural Resources
able to replace or renew renewable
in limited supply, not able to be made again quickly or easily nonrenewable
anything that dirties the air, land, or water pollution
a person who comes to live in a new land from another country immigrant
type of government where people vote and elect representatives to make our laws democratic republic
age you have to be vote in the U.S. 18 years old
money paid to the government by people and used for all public buildings, schools, roads, etc. taxes
a document written that gave us basic freedoms and rights as U.S. citizens Constitution
our country's capital Washington, D.C.
group of people elected to represent each state based on population of state House of Representatives
group of people (2 per state) elected to help make and pass laws Senate
this branch of government carries out laws, meets with foreign leaders and heads country Executive
this branch of government makes laws and decides how money is spent legislative
this branch of government makes sure our laws don't take away our rights and freedoms judicial
who is the head of the Executive branch? the President
who is the head of the Legislative branch? U.S. Congress
Who is the Head of the judicial branch? the Supreme Court
Created by: murphannie
 

 



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