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Ch 9 Vocabulary 0001

Chapter 9 Vocabulary Matching

A written plan of government constitution
An official member of a city, state, or nation citizen
A law ordinance
A system of government in which the states share power with the central government federal system
A government in which citizens elect leaders to represent them republic
Both sides give up something they want to settle an argument compromise
To officially accept ratify
A government in which the people have the power to make political decisions democracy
A system in which each branch of government can limit the power of the other branches checks and balances
To reject veto
Does not agree with the Constitution unconstitutional
A change made to the Constitution amendment
The official ceremony to make someone President inauguration
A group chosen by the President to help run the federal government and offer advice cabinet
A group of people who share similar ideas about government political party
What people pay to borrow money interest
The city where the government meets capital
The branch of government that enforces laws executive branch
The branch of government that interprets laws judicial branch
The branch of government that creates laws legislative branch
The beginning part of the Constitution Preamble
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