the law making branch of government in England
person loyal to the British crown during the Revolutionary War
a lawmaking body within a government
to protest by refusing to buy or use certain items
a person who speaks or votes for a certain group of people
a group of citizens organized for military purposes
an economic downturn, a time of economic hardship
a person who lives on land owned by someone else
having to do with business or trade
the way things are, existing state of affairs
a person who believed that Maine should seperate itself from the government of Massachusetts during the late 18th early 19th centuries
a document that sets forth the basic laws of a state or nation and the rights of its citizens
late 18th early 19th century political party that supported low taxes and small government
branch of government that judges and interprets laws
to force into armed service
a member of the late 18th early 19th century political party that supported higher taxes and a more powerful central government
voter, member of the Electoral College
branch of the government that ensures that laws are carried out
branch of the government that makes laws
area of land claimed whose ownership is unclear
a person, usually French speaking, or of French ancestry originating from Acadia
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