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Vocabulary Chapter 4- American Civics
An important group of policy advisers…
An organization of government departme…
Plans for guiding our nation's relatio…
Official representatives to foreign go…
Cabinet
Bureaucracy
Foreign Policy
Ambassador's
An important group of policy advisers…
Cabinet
An organization of government departme…
Bureaucracy
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Civics chapter 4
direct democracy
representative democracy
Limited government
Bill of Rights
each person votes
choose people to represent you in the legislature on your beh…
Magna Carta lessened the king's power.
Freedoms, the first 10 amendments to the Constitution
direct democracy
each person votes
representative democracy
choose people to represent you in the legislature on your beh…
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Civics: American Government - Chapter 4 Vocabulary/Key Concepts
Inalienable Rights
Popular Sovereignty
Democracy
Republic
Rights that cannot be taken away
A government in which the people rule by their own consent.
A form of government in which citizens vote and govern themse…
A form of government in which the people select representativ…
Inalienable Rights
Rights that cannot be taken away
Popular Sovereignty
A government in which the people rule by their own consent.
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Chapter 4 Vocab; all sections, American Civics
Civil Liberties
media
Censorship
imply
the freedoms that we have to think and to act without governm…
Sources such as radio, television, and other computer network…
banning printed materials or films because they contain alarm…
to hint at or suggest
Civil Liberties
the freedoms that we have to think and to act without governm…
media
Sources such as radio, television, and other computer network…
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CIVICS CHAPTER 4 THE AMERICAN COLONIES AND THEIR GOVERNMENT
Democracy
Direct democracy
Representative democracyA
Republic
A form of government in which citizens govern themselves
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
A system of government in which citizens elect representative…
A representative democracy where citizens choose their lawmak…
Democracy
A form of government in which citizens govern themselves
Direct democracy
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
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Holt American Civics Chapter 4 (amendments)
13th amendment
14th amendment
15th amendment
17th amendment
outlawed slavery in the U.S.
protects citizens against unfair actions by state governments…
African American men were guaranteed the right to vote
gives the state's eligible voters the right to elect the stat…
13th amendment
outlawed slavery in the U.S.
14th amendment
protects citizens against unfair actions by state governments…
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Civics Chapter 4 Review
Bill of Rights
Separation of powers
Separation of Church and State
self-incrimination
First 10 amendments
The principle of dividing governmental powers among different…
Idea that the government and religion should be separate, and…
Accusing oneself or giving evidence that may prove oneself gu…
Bill of Rights
First 10 amendments
Separation of powers
The principle of dividing governmental powers among different…
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Holt American Civics Chapter 4 (amendments)
13th amendment
14th amendment
15th amendment
17th amendment
outlawed slavery in the U.S.
protects citizens against unfair actions by state governments…
African American men were guaranteed the right to vote
gives the state's eligible voters the right to elect the stat…
13th amendment
outlawed slavery in the U.S.
14th amendment
protects citizens against unfair actions by state governments…
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Chapter 4: American Civics and Government
Establishment Clause
Slander
Libel
Malice
Congress shall make no law infringing the rights in Amendment…
Malicious, personally injuring, and false verbal statement
Personally injuring written statement
Deliberate action with the intent of harm
Establishment Clause
Congress shall make no law infringing the rights in Amendment…
Slander
Malicious, personally injuring, and false verbal statement
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Civics Chapter 4: The American Colonies and their Government
Democracy
Direct Democracy
Representative democracy
Republic
A government in which citizens hold the power to rule
A form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand
A government in which citizens choose a smalller group to gov…
A representative democracy where citizens choose their lawmak…
Democracy
A government in which citizens hold the power to rule
Direct Democracy
A form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand
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Civics: Chapter 4- The American Colonies & their Gov.'t s
Democracy
Direct democracy
Representative democracy
Republic
...
...
...
...
Democracy
...
Direct democracy
...
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Civics - Chapter 4
Bail
Suffrage
Eminent Domain
Civil Rights
Money used to ensure the accused shows up for trial.
The right to vote.
The right of the government to purchase private property for…
The rights of full citizenship.
Bail
Money used to ensure the accused shows up for trial.
Suffrage
The right to vote.
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Civics EOC Practice- The American Colonies and Their Government (chapter 4)
Social contract
Natural rights
What Enlightenment Thinker felt that p…
What Enlightenment Thinker came up wit…
An agreement between people in a society with their government
A freedom people possess relating to life, liberty, and prope…
John Locke
Baron de Montesquieu
Social contract
An agreement between people in a society with their government
Natural rights
A freedom people possess relating to life, liberty, and prope…
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Civics - Chapter 4: The American Colonies and their Government
Democracy
Direct democracy
Representative democracy
Republic
A government in which citizens hold the power to rule
A form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand
A government in which citizens choose a smaller group to gove…
A Representative democracy where citizens choose their lawmak…
Democracy
A government in which citizens hold the power to rule
Direct democracy
A form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand
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Civics Chapter 4 "Federalism"
federalism
division of powers
delegated powers
expressed powers
a system of government in which a written constitution divide…
basic principal of federalism; the constitutional provisions…
the powers; expressed, implied, or inherent granted to the Na…
the powers of the National government that are spelled out, e…
federalism
a system of government in which a written constitution divide…
division of powers
basic principal of federalism; the constitutional provisions…
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American Civics- Rights And Responsibilities- Chapter 4
Bill Of Rights
Seperation Of Church And State
Slander
Libel
The first 10 Amendments added to the Constitution, which set…
The Division Between Religion and Government.
Spoken false statments that damage another person's reputation.
Written falsehoods that damage another person's reputation.
Bill Of Rights
The first 10 Amendments added to the Constitution, which set…
Seperation Of Church And State
The Division Between Religion and Government.
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Chapter 4 Civics Amendments
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
Right to bear arms.
Prohibits the forced quartering of soldiers during peacetime.
prohibits searches and seizures (NEED search warrant)
1st Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
2nd Amendment
Right to bear arms.
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Civics Chapter 4 Vocab
charter
legislature
heritage
tyranny
a document giving permission to create a government like the…
a group of people chosen to make the laws
the traditions passed down to us from generation to generation
meant the abuse of power
charter
a document giving permission to create a government like the…
legislature
a group of people chosen to make the laws
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Civics, Chapter 4
Bill of Rights
separation of church and state
self-incrimination
due process of law
the first ten amendments to the US Constitution
First Amendment, government and religion should be divided or…
The situation occurring when an individual accused of a crime…
(law) the administration of justice according to established…
Bill of Rights
the first ten amendments to the US Constitution
separation of church and state
First Amendment, government and religion should be divided or…
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Civics Chapter 4 Terms
federalism
division of powers
delegated powers
expressed powers
a system of government in which a written constitution divide…
the constitution provides for division of powers between the…
that government has only those powers delegated to it in the…
those powers that are delegated to the national government in…
federalism
a system of government in which a written constitution divide…
division of powers
the constitution provides for division of powers between the…
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Civics Chapter 4 Vocabulary
due process
republican government
checks and balances
federalism
The principle that no person can be deprived of life, liberty…
A representative political system in which authority comes fr…
A system in which each branch of government can limit the pow…
A system of government in which power is divided between a ce…
due process
The principle that no person can be deprived of life, liberty…
republican government
A representative political system in which authority comes fr…
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Civics Chapter 4 Review
democracy
direct democracy
representatives democracy
republic
a government in which citizens hold the power to rule
a form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand
a government in which citizens choose a smaller group to gove…
a representative democracy where citizens choose their lawmak…
democracy
a government in which citizens hold the power to rule
direct democracy
a form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand
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Muncy Civics Chapter 4
Civil Liberties (L1)
Free Speech (L1)
Censorship (L1)
Petition (L1)
the freedom to think and act without government interference…
the right to say our opinions, in public or private, without…
the banning of printed materials or films due to alarming or…
a formal request for government action
Civil Liberties (L1)
the freedom to think and act without government interference…
Free Speech (L1)
the right to say our opinions, in public or private, without…
Civics Chapter 4 Vocabulary (TOMS)
democracy
direct democracy
representative democracy
republic
a government in which citizens hold the power to rule
a form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand
a government in which citizens choose a smaller group to gove…
a representative democracy in which citizens choose their law…
democracy
a government in which citizens hold the power to rule
direct democracy
a form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand
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Civics Chapter 4 vocab
civil liberties
sentence
censorship
sentence
the freedoms we have to think and to act without government i…
The Bill of Rights protects our civil liberties
the practice of suppressing unacceptable parts of something
The government cannot practice censorship.
civil liberties
the freedoms we have to think and to act without government i…
sentence
The Bill of Rights protects our civil liberties
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Chapter 4 Vocab; all sections, American Civics
Civil Liberties
media
Censorship
imply
the freedoms that we have to think and to act without governm…
Sources such as radio, television, and other computer network…
banning printed materials or films because they contain alarm…
to hint at or suggest
Civil Liberties
the freedoms that we have to think and to act without governm…
media
Sources such as radio, television, and other computer network…
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Civics - Chapter 4
petition
slander
libel
indictment
formal request to someone in authority, usually written and s…
False speech intended to damage a person's reputation.
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
A formal complaint before a grand jury which charges the accu…
petition
formal request to someone in authority, usually written and s…
slander
False speech intended to damage a person's reputation.
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Civics Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Democracy
Direct Democracy
Republic
Legislature
A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body…
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
A form of government in which the people select representativ…
A group of people who have the power to make laws
Democracy
A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body…
Direct Democracy
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
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Chapter 4 Vocab; all sections, American Civics
Civil Liberties
media
Censorship
imply
the freedoms that we have to think and to act without governm…
Sources such as radio, television, and other computer network…
banning printed materials or films because they contain alarm…
to hint at or suggest
Civil Liberties
the freedoms that we have to think and to act without governm…
media
Sources such as radio, television, and other computer network…
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Civics Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Civil Liberties
Censorship
Petition
Slander
Freedom to think and act without government interference or f…
The banning of printed materials or films due to alarming or…
A formal request for government action.
Spoken untruths that are harmful to someone's reputation.
Civil Liberties
Freedom to think and act without government interference or f…
Censorship
The banning of printed materials or films due to alarming or…
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chapter 4 civics
search warrant
indict
double jeopardy
due process of law
legal document that allows law enforcement officials to searc…
to be formally accused
cannot be put on the same trial twice if proven innocent the…
following procedures established by law and guaranteed by the…
search warrant
legal document that allows law enforcement officials to searc…
indict
to be formally accused
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Chapter 4 Civics Vocab
Civil Liberties
Censorship
Petition
Slander
The freedoms we have to think and to act without government i…
It cannot ban printed materials or films merely because they…
Simply a formal request
Spreading a spoken lie
Civil Liberties
The freedoms we have to think and to act without government i…
Censorship
It cannot ban printed materials or films merely because they…
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Civics Chapter 4 lesson 1 Influences on American Colonial Government
Democracy
Direct democracy
Representative democracy
Republic
A government in which citizens hold the power to rule.
A form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand.
A government in which citizens choose a smaller group to gove…
A representative democracy where citizens choose their lawmak…
Democracy
A government in which citizens hold the power to rule.
Direct democracy
A form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand.
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American Government Chapter 4
Federalism
Inherent Powers
Reserved Powers
Exclusive Powers
a form of government in which power is divided between the fe…
Powers the Constitution is presumed to have delegated to the…
Those powers that the constitution does not grant to the Nati…
Those powers that can be exercised by the National Government…
Federalism
a form of government in which power is divided between the fe…
Inherent Powers
Powers the Constitution is presumed to have delegated to the…
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Chapter 4-American History
Independence
responsibility
delegates
legislatures
Ability to take care of oneself
The need to complete duties
A person elected to serve in government
Group of people elected to make LAWS
Independence
Ability to take care of oneself
responsibility
The need to complete duties
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Civics Chapter 4 Terms
Ratification
Compact
Separation of Powers
Natural rights
Approval
Written agreement to make laws or obey laws for the welfare o…
Dividing the government power among legislative, executive, a…
Rights that people are born with and no government can take a…
Ratification
Approval
Compact
Written agreement to make laws or obey laws for the welfare o…
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Civics EOC Practice- The American Colonies and Their Government (chapter 4)
Social contract
Natural rights
What Enlightenment Thinker felt that p…
What Enlightenment Thinker came up wit…
An agreement between people in a society with their government
A freedom people possess relating to life, liberty, and prope…
John Locke
Baron de Montesquieu
Social contract
An agreement between people in a society with their government
Natural rights
A freedom people possess relating to life, liberty, and prope…
23 terms
American Government Chapter 4
Federalism
Division of Powers
Delegated Powers
Inherent Powers
a form of government in which power is divided between the fe…
Basic principle of federalism; the constitutional provisions…
Those powers, expressed, implied, or inherent, granted to the…
Powers the Constitution is presumed to have delegated to the…
Federalism
a form of government in which power is divided between the fe…
Division of Powers
Basic principle of federalism; the constitutional provisions…
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Civics Chapter 4
censorship
slander
libel
indictment
Control of what people read, write, see or hear; efforts to p…
False speech intended to damage a person's reputation.
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
A formal charge or accusation of a serious crime
censorship
Control of what people read, write, see or hear; efforts to p…
slander
False speech intended to damage a person's reputation.
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Civics Chapter 4 Terms
separation of church and state
self-incrimination
bail
civil rights
division between religion
testifying against oneself
money or property given to guarantee a person will appear at…
rights of all citizens
separation of church and state
division between religion
self-incrimination
testifying against oneself
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Chapter 4 Civics Vocab
Civil Liberties
Censorship
Petition
Slander
the freedoms we have to think and to act without government i…
cannot ban printed materials or films merely because they con…
a formal request
spreading spoken lies
Civil Liberties
the freedoms we have to think and to act without government i…
Censorship
cannot ban printed materials or films merely because they con…
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Civics chapter 4
Constitution
Preamble
legislative branch
executive branch
a written set of laws, the rules of a government
the introduction of the Constitution, tells why the Constitut…
the branch of government that makes the laws (2 houses of Con…
the branch of government that carries out the law (the Presid…
Constitution
a written set of laws, the rules of a government
Preamble
the introduction of the Constitution, tells why the Constitut…
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Chapter 4-Civics
consent
legislature
smuggling
dissenter
to approve of something
a lawmaking body
illegally moving products/goods
one who opposes common views
consent
to approve of something
legislature
a lawmaking body
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Civics Review Chapter 4: The American Colonies and Their Government
democracy
direct democracy
representative democracy
republic
a government in which citizens hold the power to rule.
a form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand.
a government in which citizens chose a smaller group to gover…
a representative democracy where citizens choose their lawmak…
democracy
a government in which citizens hold the power to rule.
direct democracy
a form of democracy in which the people vote firsthand.
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Magruder's American Government & Civics: Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Federalism
Division of powers
Delegated powers
Expressed powers
A system of government in which a written constitution divide…
Assigns certain powers to the National Government and reserve…
The government has only those powers delegated (granted) to i…
Those powers delegated to the National Government in so many…
Federalism
A system of government in which a written constitution divide…
Division of powers
Assigns certain powers to the National Government and reserve…
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Chapter 4 Civics
suffrage
Bill of Rights
civil rights
due process of law
right to vote
First 10 amendments to the Constitution, which set forth basi…
rights guaranteed to all US citizens
Principle that a person cannot be punished for a crime until…
suffrage
right to vote
Bill of Rights
First 10 amendments to the Constitution, which set forth basi…
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Civics Chapter 4 terms
Bill of Rights
Civil Liberties
Civil Rights
Censorship
the 1st 10 amendments of the Constitution
freedoms to think and act without government interference or…
the rights of full citizenship and equality under the law
the banning of printed materials or films due to alarming or…
Bill of Rights
the 1st 10 amendments of the Constitution
Civil Liberties
freedoms to think and act without government interference or…
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Civics Vocab Chapter 4
Civil Liberties
Censorship
Petition
Slander
freedoms to think and act without government interference or…
the banning of printed materials or films due to alarming or…
A formal request for government action; a process by which ca…
spoken untruths that are harmful to someone's reputation... Dif…
Civil Liberties
freedoms to think and act without government interference or…
Censorship
the banning of printed materials or films due to alarming or…
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Civics Chapter 4 The Bill of Rights
civil liberties
censorship
petition
slander
the freedoms we have to think and act without government inte…
cannot ban printed materials or films merely because they con…
a formal request - a brief, written statement signed by hundr…
spoken untruths that are harmful to someone's reputation
civil liberties
the freedoms we have to think and act without government inte…
censorship
cannot ban printed materials or films merely because they con…
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Civics chapter 4 vocabulary
Civil Liberties
Censorship
Petition
Slander
freedoms to think and act without government interference or…
the banning of printed materials or films due to alarming or…
a formal request for government action; a process by which ca…
spoken untruths that are harmful to someone's reputation
Civil Liberties
freedoms to think and act without government interference or…
Censorship
the banning of printed materials or films due to alarming or…
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