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  1. 1. of the press/ the right to circulate opinions in print without censorship by the government
  2. 6. / the right to vote in political elections
  3. 10. / a person(s) in with certain rights and duties under a government, a person(s) who by birth or by choice over allegiance, or loyalty, to a nation
  4. 11. a preliminary or preparatory statement; an introduction
  5. 12. a constitutional right to reject a decision or proposal made by a law -making body
  6. 13. parties / an organization of citizens who wish to influence and control government by getting their members elected to office
  7. 14. supporters of the Constitution.
  8. 18. supreme power or authority
  9. 22. power/ the lawmaking body of a political unit, usually a national government, that is power to amend and repeal public policy
  10. 23. process of law / a process by which the government must treat accused person(s) fairly according to rules established by law
  11. 27. amendment/ it's part of the Bill of rights
  12. 28. / a plan of government
  13. 29. / Behavior or treatment that is morally right and fair the administration of law in a way that is fair and morally right
  14. 32. liberties/ a person's right to be subject only two losses Supreme Court/ the highest judicial Court in a country or state
  15. 33. Compact/ called for laws for the good of the colony and set forth the idea of self-government
  16. 35. a state in which power is held by the people and their elected representatives, in that has a president rather than monarchy
  17. 36. / a country ruled by a king and queen
  18. 38. Carta/ a document guaranteeing basic political rights and England, approved by King John in 1215
  19. 39. amendment/ it's part of the Bill of rights
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  1. 2. power / authority to enforce orders and to ensure that they are carried out as intended
  2. 3. rule / a political system in which the group that has the most members has the power to make decisions
  3. 4. tranquality/ provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare
  4. 5. of speech/ the right to express any opinions without censorship or restraint
  5. 7. of religion/ the right to practice whatever religion one chooses
  6. 8. / the right to vote in political elections
  7. 9. / the division of power between the states and the federal, or national, government
  8. 15. democracy/ a variety of democracy founded on the principle of elected officials representing a group of people
  9. 16. supreme power or authority
  10. 17. law / the group of laws that tell which acts are crimes, how is accused person(s) should be tried to court, and how crimes should be punished
  11. 19. a truth or general law that is use as a basis for a theory or system of belief
  12. 20. good / may be consumed without reducing the amount available for others
  13. 21. / a person who shapes or create a concept, plan, or system
  14. 23. / a system of government in which the power is shared by all the people
  15. 24. law / the group of laws that help settle disagreements between people
  16. 25. a state in which power is held by the people and their elected representatives, in that has a president rather than monarchy
  17. 26. flash a contract of insurance
  18. 30. Court/ the highest judicial Court in a country or state
  19. 31. rights/ rights that people are born with and that no government can take away
  20. 34. liberties / a person's right to be subject only to laws established for the good of the community
  21. 37. Amendment / an Amendment to the US Constitution, ratified in 1920, which gave women full voting rights