Constitutional Literacy - Final - Vocabulary
Terms in this set (15)
A factual claim made in a lawsuit
Articles of Confederation
First Constitution of the USA
Bill of Rights
First 10 amendments of the US Constitution
Channels of Commerce
The roads, rivers, and airways, in which transportation occurs.
The trade and transportation of goods
Total amount of money an entity owes.
Difference between the amount of money the government collects and the amount of money the government spends in a given year.
A rule issued by the President that has the force of law.
A formal accusation by a grand jury, which marks the beginning of a criminal case.
The meaning of the words and phrases of the Constitution as understood by those who wrote and ratified each phrase.
In law, a decision in an earlier case that creates a controlling rule for deciding a later case.
Process by which an official body approves and makes official the actions of its representatives.
A form of government involving elected representatives.
Defamation in its spoken form.
Defamation in written or published form
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