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Civics is the study of the theoretical, political and practical aspects of citizenship, as well as its ... The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines civics as "the study of the rights and duties of citizens and of how government works." The definition from ...

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Glossary. affirmative action. Policy or program designed to redress historic injustices committed against racial minorities and other specified groups by making ...

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Caretaker, temporary holder of an office, until an election can be held. Census, official count of inhabitants. Communist, an advocate of communism.

en.wikibooks.org/wiki/United_States_Government/Civics_Glossary

Act: A Bill that has been passed by Congress and become law. (Note: "Act" refers to a bill that has become law. "Act of Congress" refers to a bill passed by ...

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Glossary of Terms in U.S. Government & Politics .... civic education - Education geared toward training the young to be good citizens. civil liberties - Individual ...

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Refers to involvement and informed participation in the civic and political activities of society at local, state, national, regional and global levels. It contrasts with ...

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All About American Government and Civics inclulding sections on the Presidency , Congress Judiciary, Federalism and definitions.

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The Allies ↑. The formal partnership of countries that first opposed Germany during World War I and then formed once again to oppose the Axis countries during ...

civic.genome.wustl.edu/glossary

Glossary of Terms. Variant: Genomic alterations, including single nucleotide variants (SNVs), insertion/deletion events (indels), copy number alterations ( CNV's), ...