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Roots of the American Democracy

Dr. Reimer

This puzzle is designed to complement Chapter 2 of Civics Today.

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3.An organized refusal to purchase from or engage in business with a person, place or company to enact a protest
4.An association of independent political bodies which each reserve the rights to self govern
5.a body of people living in a new territory but retaining ties with the parent state
6.freedom to live as you please
7.Old English term that means “Contract”
11.a document that gives a person or a group the authority to conduct business or organize
12.a group of people that make laws
13.economic theory that a country should sell more goods than it buys
14.an earlier legal decision that guides later decisions
15.an individual selected to represent a group at a meeting or convention
1.to change or modify
2.the ruler of a country that gains the job through inheritance; King, Queen, etc.
3.A legislature that is made up of two separate houses, or departments
4.a written blueprint for government
8.The British Legislature, made up of the House of Commons and the House of Lords
9.to vote approval
10.to cancel out a law
11.the body of law developed in England primarily from judicial decisions (2 Words)

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