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the heads of major departments of the U.S. government's executive branch, who serve as advisers to the President
a ceremony held to induct someone into office usually the winner of the presidential election
the power of the Supreme Court and lower courts to examine laws and decide if they are Constitutional
used to describe a law or action that the Supreme Court rules as in violation of the Constitution
group of electors from every state who meet every four years to vote for the President and Vice-President
Civil War Amendments
Amendments added to the Constitution as a result of the Civil War---13th, 14th ,and 15th
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