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bureacracy
permit that allows a personto leave the country
legislative
having the power to make laws
red tape
inefficency caused by too many rules
mercantilism
theroy that a country should sell
pass port
offical documents that identifies a traveler
federal
govment
coalation
political alience with other partys
naturalization
a process by which resident aliens become citizens of that country
enumerated power
the powerr of federal govt.
civics
the study of citizenship
deport
the expeled from a country
refugee
a person flees her/his home land
reserved
the power the constution gives to the state
goverment
the power or authority that rules the country
due process of law
procedures est. by law and garanteed by the constitution
plurality
the largest number of votes
census
a process for counting a nations population
suffrage
the right to vote
caucus
a meeting of poltical party members
implied powers
congressional powers not stated
preamble
the introductiion to the US constution
lobby
try to persuaide govt.
artical 1
the power to make laws is given to congress (legislative branch)
supremacy clause
a section of the constitution statly national law