guide, tradtion, model
a group of advisers to the president
the amount of money a national government owes to other governments or its people
paper notes issued by the government promising to repay the money in a certian length of time
people who take risks with their money in order to make a larger profit
not agreeing or consistent with the constitution
tax on imported goods
not taking sides, especially in a war or dispute
British practice of taking American sailors and forcing them into military service
favoring a particular group
powers not specifically mentioned in the constitution
a private meeting of party leaders to choose candidates for office
a person who comes from a foreign country
activities aimed at weakening established government
declare invalid make ineffective
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