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Soil that is rich in nutrients and
capable of being farmed for crop
production
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Arable
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The Constitution of Germany
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Basic Law
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The most powerful house of the
German Parliament
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Bunderstag
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The weak association of member
countries that were once part of
the British Empire
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British Commonwealth
Or
Commonwealth of Nations
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Democratic form of government
requiring a vote by all citizens
for every government decision
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Direct Democracy
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The price of one nation’s
currency in terms of another
nation’s currency
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Exchange Rate
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An area where there are no trade
barriers like tariffs and quotas
among participating countries;
for example NAFTA & the
European Union
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Free-Trade Zone
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The total value of all goods and
services produced within a
country in ONE year
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Gross Domestic Product
(GDP)
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To improve their economy
countries invest in workers
through education, skills,
training, and healthcare
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Human Capital
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In a parliamentary system, the
symbolic leader of the country
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Head of State
21
A country that’s government is
run by a King or Queen, the
symbol or figure-head of a
country; “the Crown”
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Monarch / Monarchy
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Countries that rely and depend
and rely more on manufacturing
and technology than farming
industries. They generally
have a high standard of living
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Industrialized Country
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Putting money into a bank
account, stocks, bonds, or
mutual fund that pays interest
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Investing
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What you see of a single large
rock sticking out of the earth.
Ayers Rock is an example of
this.
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Monolith
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An economy that blends
characteristics of both command
and market economies, but falls
closer to one form or the other
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Mixed Economy
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National Socialist Party of
Germany stated by Adolf Hitler
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Nazi Party
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Factories, machines,
technologies, buildings, and
property needed for a business to
operate
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Physical Capital
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The leader of the Roman
Catholic Church
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The Pope
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Money left over after business
and personal expenses are
subtracted from business and
personal income
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Profit
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In a command economy being
told by the government what and
how much to produce in a
certain time; or a limit placed on
the number of imports that may
enter a country
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Quota
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A limited supply of a
particular product, natural
resource, or raw material
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Scarcity
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The division of labor; work is
divided into parts for workers,
factories, or countries to become
expert at producing certain
goods
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Specialization
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Developing nations that do not
have much industry and rely
upon farming. The also have
lower standards of living
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Third World Countries
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A Spanish governor of
conquered and colonized
American territory
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Viceroy
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The Basic Law of Germany
states that the government
guarantee certain benefits to the
unemployed, poor, disabled, old,
and sick
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Welfare State
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