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Bill of Rights: U.S. Constitution Vocabulary Word List (229)

A)Acts, Administration, Adoption, Advantage, Advice, Advise, Advocate, Affiliation, Agenda, Agreement, Allocate, AMENDMENT, Article, Assist, Attitude, Authority, Authorization
B)Balance, Ballot, Basic, Belief, Bicameral, Bill of Rights, Bipartisan, BIPARTISANSHIP, Branch, Budget, Bureaucracy
C)Cabinet, Campaign, Candidate, Capital, Caucus, Check, Citizenship, Clause, Cloture, Committee, CONCEIVE, Concurrent, Conduct, Congress, Consent, Constituent, Constitution, Contribute, Contribution, Control, Cooperation, Council, Court, Courtesy, Crossover, Curtail
D)Debate, Debt, Decision, Deficit, Delay, Delegate, Democracy, Department, Detente, Direct, Doctrine, Domestic
E)Efficacy, Election, Electoral College, Enforce, Engage, Enterprise, ENUMERATE, Equality, ESTABLISH, Evidence, Exclusive, Executive Branch, Exemplify, Expire, Express
F)Faction, Federal, FEDERALISM, Filibuster, First Amendment, Founding Fathers
G)Gerrymandering, Goal, Government, Grant, Guilt
H)Honor
I)Ideasl, Identification, Ideology, Illegal, Impact, Impeach, Implied, Impound, Inadmissible, Inalienable, Incumbent, Inefficiency, Influence, Inherent, Initiative, Interpretation, Interstate
J)Job, Joint, Judgment, Judicial
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L)Lame duck, Law, Leader, Legal, LEGISLATIVE, Legislator, Legislature, Lobby, Lobbyist, Local
M)Machine, Major, Majority, Management, Maritime, Meeting, Member, Minority
N)Nation, National, Nominate
O)Official, Oligarchy, ORDAIN, Outcome, Override
P)P: parties, Partisan, PERFECT, PERPETUATE, Petition, Philosophy, Policy, Political party, Poll, Popular, Population, POSTERITY, Power, Presidential, Prevent, Primary, Procedure, Process, Proper, Protection, Public, Public domain, Punishment, Purpose
Q)Quality
R)Range, RATIFICATION, Recall, RECITATION, Referendum, Representative, REPUBLIC, Requirement, Reserve, Responsibility, Restraint, Review, Reward, Rights, Rule
S)Safe seat, Search, SECURE, Security, Sedition, Seizure, Select, Separation, Share, Signature, SIMULTANEOUS, Speaker of the House, Special interest, Spending, Split, State, Status, Strict, Successful, Suffrage, Support, Supreme, System
T)Tax, Technique, Tension, Term, Threaten, Ticket, TRANQUILITY, Two-thirds, Tyranny
U)Unconstitutional, Unicameral, UNIQUENESS, Unity, Unpopular
V)Various, Veto, Violation, Vital, Vote
W)Ward, Wealth, Whip, Wide, Worthy
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Z)Zone

Quotes about FREEDOM from thoughtful and great leaders.
  • VOLTAIRE
    "So long as the people do not care to exercise their freedom, those who wish to tyrannize will do so; for tyrants are active and ardent, and will devote themselves in the name of any number of gods, religious and otherwise, to put shackles upon sleeping men."
  • THOMAS JEFFERSON
    "I have no fear that the result of our experiment will be that men may be trusted to govern themselves without a master."
  • JOHN ADAMS
    "There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with power to endanger the public liberty."
  • JOHN F. KENNEDY
    "Liberty without learning is always in peril and learning without liberty is always in vain."
  • MARK TWAIN
    "It is by the goodness of God that in our country we have these three unspeakably precious things:
    freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and the prudence to practice neither.
    Remember this abbreviated Amendment focus:
    Amendment I-Freedom of Speech
    Amendment II-The Right to Keep and Bear Arms
    Amendment III-Your Home Sanctity
    Amendment IV-Security from Unreasonable Search without Cause
    Amendment V-Self Incrimination and Private Property Rights
    Amendment VI-Trial by Jury
    Amendment VII-Jury Trial in Civil Cases
    Amendment VIII-Cruel & Unusual Punishment
    Amendment IX-Rights Retained by the People
    Amendment X-Powers not Delegated are Reserved for the States
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