Early America and Canadian History Vocabulary Review (1)
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A ceremony in which the President publicly takes the oath of office.
An act or decision that sets an example for others to follow.
The group of officials who head government departments and advise the President.
A certificate that promises to repay money loaned, plus interest, on a certain date.
A tax on foreign goods brought into a country.
Someone who invests in a risky venture in the hope of making a large profit.
Not taking sides in a conflict.
In a fitting or appropriate way.
To call on; to appeal to.
A party, or an opposing group within a party.
Not permitted by the Constitution.
A member of the political party founded by Thomas Jefferson.
A member of the party led by Alexander Hamilton that favored a strong federal government.
To bring together as one; to unite.
To help pay for the costs of something.
A payment by a weaker party to a stronger party in return for protection.
The act of stirring up rebellion against a government.
The rights and powers independent of the federal government that are reserved for the states by the Constitution.
The idea that government should play as small a role as possible in economic affairs.
The power of the Supreme Court to decide whether the acts of a President or laws passed by Congress are constitutional.
To push or force out.
To set up; to establish.
A long voyage of exploration.
A ridge that separates river systems flowing toward opposite sides of a continent.
The practice of forcing people into military service.
A ban on trade.
The act of importing or exporting goods in violation of trade laws.
To go above or beyond.
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