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Power is held by a small group of people, usually royalty or the extremely wealthy.
Group of independent states that sometimes come together to accomplish a common goal.
The Legislative (Law-Making) branch and Executive (Law-Enforcing) branch are the same.
Power divided between a Central (Federal) Government and Local (State) Government.
People elect politicians to represent their needs/views in the government.
People have total control over law-making and law- enforcement.
Power held by a single central authority, typically a national government.
A single ruler controls everything, including the military.
Legislative and Executive branches are separate.
Absolute Monarch A King or Queen rules They have Absolute Authority
Types of Governments.
Government Review Distribution of Power and Citizen Participation
Unit 1 COLONIAL AND GOVERNMENT VOCABULARY. Subject Under the rule of the monarch.
The Seven Principles of the U.S Constitution
Do Now: Take a look at the vocabulary terms-- -- talk about them with your partner and see how many you know.
Principles of the Constitution
Governance 3 (Presidential vs Parliamentary)
Branches of Government Study Guide
CIVICS and GOVERNMENT VOCABULARY
7 Principles of the Constitution
3.1 NOTES Basic Principals of The Constitution. Five Basic Principals The Constitution is based on five basic principals These ideas form the basis for.
Lesson 1.2 FORMS OF GOVERNMENTS.
Why did John Locke not prefer an absolute prince (MONARCH)?
Principles of Government
The Constitution The Branches of Government. The Constitution was written in 1787 by 55 men that we call “the Framers”. Some of these men include Benjamin.
Principles of Government Review
Forms of Government. How do we classify government? We classify government using three different methods: Who can Participate Geographic Distribution.
What is the purpose of the U.S. government?
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