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colony [a group of people living in a new territory with ties to the parent country, i.e., Virginia before the Declaration of Independence]

imperial authority [governed by the king of England] integrity [knowing and doing what’s right; true to yourself and others] obstacles [something that gets in the way and blocks advancement] parson [minister of the Anglican church] overruled [set aside; didn’t enforce the judgment] resolutions [formal statements of intent voted on by a political body]

Grade Eight abolitionist [anti-slavery activist] integrity [knowing and doing what’s right; true to yourself and others] philanthropy [giving time, talent, or treasure or taking action for the common good] suffrage [right to vote]

Perseverance

Grade Six boycott [refusal to have dealings until acceptable practices are enforced] buyer's remorse [regretting a purchase after the fact]

Civil Rights Movement [actions taken between 1955 and 1968 to outlaw racial discrimination]

goal [the end point to which efforts are directed] impulse spending [buying without considering the benefits and consequences]

incentives [perceived benefits and costs that we consider when making any economic decision]

legacy [something passed on from the past] long-term goals [plans for doing something in more than three year’s time] opportunity cost [what option you give up when you act on a decision]

perseverance [to persist, even in the face of discouragement; putting forth maximum effort to always do the best you can]

resolutions [firm decisions to act on a specific goal] short-term goals [plans for doing something in less than a year’s time]

Grade Seven barriers [something that gets in the way and separates] goal [the end point to which efforts are directed]

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