German Constitution of 1871 - Key Words

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Bill
A proposal put forward for a law that needs approval from either the Reichstag or Bundesrat
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Budget
An amount of money set aside for government spending
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Confederation
An organization that consists of a number of parties unite in an alliance or league
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Bundesrat
The State Assembly (or Federal Council) that has responsibilities for 25 individual states on things like education
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Constitution
The rule-book for how the new German Empire should be governed
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Dissolve
The shutting down the Reichstag by either the Emperor and/or Chancellor
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Legislation
A collection of laws or proposals for laws
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Reichstag
The National Parliament that had responsibilities for the German Empire as a whole
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Rubber Stamping
Giving approval for something without taking much notice
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The Second Reich
The new German Empire of 1871 (-1918)
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Treaties
Formal agreements made with other countries
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Veto
A block or stop put on a proposal
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Unification
The process of being united or made into a whole
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Nationalism
Feeling of belonging and loyalty between people who share race, language and culture.
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An amount of money set aside for government spending

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Budget

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An organization that consists of a number of parties unite in an alliance or league

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The State Assembly (or Federal Council) that has responsibilities for 25 individual states on things like education

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The rule-book for how the new German Empire should be governed

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