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Ch. 13 Vocab. Words

QuestionAnswer
propaganda material designed to spread certain beliefs
private property rights the rights of individuals to own land or industry
deposed removed from power
detente a relaxing of tensions between nations
parliamentary republic a republic who head of government, usually a prime minister, is the leader of the political party that has the most members in the parliament
coalition government a government formed by political parties joining together
ethnic cleansing the organized killing of members of an ethnic group or groups
European Union an economic and political grouping of countries in Western Europe
currency money used as a form of exchange
euro the common unit of currency used by European Union countries
tarrif a fee imposed by a government on imported or exported goods
standard of living a measure of quality of life
Created by: RMSSocialStudies