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Savage 7.6&7

Texas History Unit 6 and 7 Vocab

Debt the amount of money a national government owes.
Delegate a person who represents others.
Grievance a complaint.
Revolution the overthrow of a government by those who are governed
Republic a nation or state in which people elect representatives to govern them.
Popular Sovereignty the source of governmental power lies with the people.
Limited Government everyone, including all authority figures, must obey the laws.
Separation of Powers the powers of government are separated between the executive, legislative and judicial branches.
Checks and Balances the branches of government share powers with the other branches thereby check each other’s powers.
Annexation the act of adding or joining a territory to an existing one.
Compromise an agreement in which each side in a conflict gives up some of what it wants.
Treaty an agreement between groups or countries.
Created by: bsavage