tcap vocabulary definitions

tcap vocabulary definitions Altruism Antebellum Articles of Confederation Bill of Rights Columbian Exchange Commerce Common Sense Confederation Constitution Credit Debt Declaration of Independence Diplomacy Doctrine Emancipation Proclamation Federalism Gettysburg Address Infrastructure Institution Insurrection Interdependence Movement Nationalism Puritanism Reconstruction Religion Republicanism Segregation Social norms Suffrage Supply and Demand an unselfish concern for the welfare of others belonging to the period before a war, especially the American Civil War the document that created the first central government for the US the first ten amendments of the Constitution the movement of plants, animals, and diseases between Europe and America the buying and selling of goods especially on a large scale a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine that criticized monarchies the act of forming into or becoming part of a confederacy the basic principles that determine the powers and duties of a government an arrangement for deferred payment of a loan or purchase something owed, such as money, goods, or services document written to declare the colonies free from British rule the art or practice of handling international relations a set of principles held by a religious, political, scientific or philosophic group freed the slaves in the Confederate States of America a government in which power is shared between a central government and states. most famous speech given by President Lincoln an underlying base or foundation, especially for an organization or system an organization or foundation , especially one dedicated to public service a rebellion against an established authority or government reliance by people upon each other for ideas, goods, services, etc change in location or activities of a group of people towards a specific goal devotion to the interest or culture of one’s nation the belief of having religious duty, work, conscience, and self­restraint in life time after the Civil War where the US government worked to unite the nation belief and practices associated with worship government whose head of state is not a monarch and is usually a president separation of races rules that are socially enforced the right to vote the amounts of goods or services that firms are willing and able to provide at various prices in a given time period