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official
a) To harm over and over again; to treat people badly because of their beliefs or ideas. b) Not public; not run by the government; a private school is run by a group of people not by the government c) Having the power of the government –an official religion is one set up and run by the government d) Having to do with the people as a whole or with the government, not private, a public school is supported by the government a
persecute
a) Not public; not run by the government; a private school is run by a group of people not by the government b) Having to do with the people as a whole or with the government, not private, a public school is supported by the government a c) Unfair treatment of people because of the religion they practice. d) To harm over and over again; to treat people badly because of their beliefs or ideas.
private
a) Having to do with the people as a whole or with the government, not private, a public school is supported by the government a b) Unfair treatment of people because of the religion they practice. c) Not public; not run by the government; a private school is run by a group of people not by the government d) To give help to; to favor or be on the side of
public
a) Having to do with the people as a whole or with the government, not private, a public school is supported by the government a b) Unfair treatment of people because of the religion they practice. c) To give help to; to favor or be on the side of d) The highest court in the United States; the court that decides if laws and actions follow the meaning of the Constitution.
religious persecution
a) To give help to; to favor or be on the side of b) The highest court in the United States; the court that decides if laws and actions follow the meaning of the Constitution. c) Done by a person’s own choosing or free will d) Unfair treatment of people because of the religion they practice.
support
a) The highest court in the United States; the court that decides if laws and actions follow the meaning of the Constitution. b) To give help to; to favor or be on the side of c) Done by a person’s own choosing or free will d) Devotion or loyalty owed by a citizen to a government
Supreme Court
a) Done by a person’s own choosing or free will b) Devotion or loyalty owed by a citizen to a government c) The highest court in the United States; the court that decides if laws and actions follow the meaning of the Constitution. d) State of political disorder resulting from the absence of government
voluntary
a) Done by a person’s own choosing or free will b) Devotion or loyalty owed by a citizen to a government c) State of political disorder resulting from the absence of government d) Having the power of the government –an official religion is one set up and run by the government
allegiance
a) State of political disorder resulting from the absence of government b) Devotion or loyalty owed by a citizen to a government c) Having the power of the government –an official religion is one set up and run by the government d) To harm over and over again; to treat people badly because of their beliefs or ideas.
anarchy
a) Having the power of the government –an official religion is one set up and run by the government b) Having the power of the government –an official religion is one set up and run by the government c) Not public; not run by the government; a private school is run by a group of people not by the government d) State of political disorder resulting from the absence of government
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