41. Democratic: The ideology that government decisions should be based on the voting by the people. Often this is by a majority vote.
42. Natural: rights Basic rights that a government cannot deny and should protect. Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are examples.
43. Inalienable: Unable to take away or surrender
44. Despotism: The exercise of absolute power, especially in a cruel or oppressive way.
45. Tyranny: The unjust use of governmental power. A ruler who misuses their power to oppress their people is called a tyrant.
46. Boycott: Refusal to buy or use goods from a certain source as a form of protest.
47. Repeal: To take away or back; especially a law
48. Petition: To make a formal demand or request to the government.
49. Protest: Objecting or disapproving or opposition against something; a gathering of people in a public place to express those feelings.
50. Quarter: To station, lodge, or home in a certain place