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U.S. History U3

Across
An order of a government forbidding merchant ships to enter or leave its ports.
A group of advisors chosen by the head of a nation to help in government.
To refuse to buy or use (a product or service); to join together against and have nothing to do with (a person, business, nation, employer, or any other person or thing) in order to coerce or punish
An increase of the currency of a country by issuing much paper money; a sharp sudden rise in prices resulting in too great an expansion in paper money or bank credit.
The right to vote.
Exclusive control of a commodity or service.
Formerly, the Democratic Republicans, formed in 1792. These Republicans were comparable to today's Democrats.
A meeting of members of a political party to make plans, choose candidates, or decide how to vote.
A member of a party opposed to the Federalists.
A list of duties or taxes that a government charges on imports or exports.
Control of who or what goes into or out of a place, especially by police or by an army or by a navy.
To make void.
A government that runs by the people who are under it
A nation or state in which the citizens elect representatives to manage the government, which is usually headed by a president rather than a monarch
The attitude or policy of a nation that does not take part directly or indirectly in a war between other nations.
Down
A member of the electoral college.
The act or ceremony of installing a President into office.
The act or practice of buying or selling when there is a large risk with the hopes of making a profit from future price changes.
Too great regard for sectional interests; sectional prejudice or hatred.
To confirm; approve.
To force men to serve in the armed forces.
A person who settles on land without title or right.
A member or supporter of the Federalist Party in the United States.