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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.
CIVICS and GOVERNMENT VOCABULARY. AUTOCRATIC Government in which power is held by a single, self- appointed ruler.
What is government?. Government is the institution through which society makes and enforces its public policies.
123 Go To Section: “To be truly free, one must be chained.” -What?
Lesson 1.2 FORMS OF GOVERNMENTS. ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS Forms of Government How can we classify governments? How are systems of government defined in terms.
Forms of Government Chapter 1 Section 2. Objectives Classify governments according to 3 sets of characteristics Define systems of government based.
Chapter 1.2 Power Among Levels of Government Governments differ in how power is distributed among levels –National –Regional –Local.
Federalism: Power is divided between the central (national) government and the state governments. Some powers are held by both state and national, while.
HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON A MERICAN GOVERNMENT HOLT 1 Role of Government Section 1: Government and the Public Good Section 2: Forms of Government Section.
The Six Principles of Government in America Principle #1 Popular Sovereignty: This is a basic principle of the American system of government; that the.
A MERICAN GOVERNMENT HOLT HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON Role of Government 1 Section 2: Forms of Government Essential Question: Explain the differences between.
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.
Brain Jogger twins You are the parent of twins, and you are leaving for the weekend. Your twins are both equally mature, and both stay out of trouble.
Democracy Supreme political authority rests with the people Can be either direct or indirect –Indirect: aka Representative; people are elected to express.
Types of Government. monarchy ruled by a monarch who usually inherits the authority.
Presidential VS. Parliamentary Democracy THE UNITED KINGDOM, RUSSIA, CANADA, AND GERMANY.
3.4 Principles Underlying the Constitution Fundamental principles of government -popular sovereignty -power lies w/people -voting -electoral college.
7 Principles of the Constitution. Article VI defines the Constitution as the “supreme law of the land” ALL laws in the U.S. must follow the Constitution,
American Government Chapter 1, Principles of Government.
What do you believe to be the strongest central government power? Why? What do you believe to be the strongest state government power? Why?
Unit 1 COLONIAL AND GOVERNMENT VOCABULARY. Subject Under the rule of the monarch.
Four Principles of the Constitution. Popular Sovereignty Basic principle of the American system of government which asserts that the people are the source.
Government Systems 7 th Grade World History. To Study government… Geographers must determine the way that a government system distributes power.
Why did John Locke not prefer an absolute prince (MONARCH)?
Forms of Government. How do we classify government? We classify government using three different methods: Who can Participate Geographic Distribution.
3-1 (9-15) Basic Principles of the Constitution. Journal (9-15 Constitution) 1 paragraph Why has the plan of government provided by the U.S. Constitution.
Sections 2 & 3. Classifying Government There are three basic government classifications: 1. Who can participate in the governing process? 2. What are.
Forms of Government. I.Geographical Distribution of Power A.Unitary - all power belongs to single, central government. B.Federal - power is divided between.
Systems and Types of Government. What is a system of government? A system of government is how power is divided between national and state government.
Foundations of American Government Unit Review. Types of Government What is authoritarian government? It is when government holds absolute, unchallenged.
Civics A Chapter 1 Vocabulary Principles of Government.
The Seven Principles of the U.S Constitution. Background Info Principle: is the beginning, or foundation These 7 principles (or ideas) are what our Constitution.
Government Review Distribution of Power and Citizen Participation.
Government Unit 1 Basic Terminology Government is institution with the power to make and enforce rules for a group of people State is a political unit.
Unit 2: Government Vocabulary Review. The law making branch of government 1) Legislature 2) Executive 3) Judicial.
Systems of Government. Unitary System Term Definition Pros Cons TermDefinitionProsCons Unitary System A system of government in which power is centralized.
Unitary – centralized government, all power held by single agency. Federal – division of powers between central and “local” Confederate – alliance.
Separation of Powers. Legislative Branch House of Representatives ( 435 members) Serves 2-year term Must be 25 years old and been a citizen for 7 years.
Absolute Monarch A King or Queen rules They have Absolute Authority They believe they get their power from God They do not recognize natural rights. If.
Chapter 1: Principles of Government Section 2. Objectives 1.Classify governments according to three sets of characteristics. 2.Define systems of government.
Governance 3 (Presidential vs Parliamentary). SS6CG4: The student will compare and contrast various forms of government. The student will tell how different.
Government/Civics Domain. Democracy Rule of ALL. A country or nation where the people hold supreme power. Usually, they exercise their power by electing.
Types of Governments. Questions to think about: What types of government do you know about? What types do you think work best? Why? Does it really matter.
Chapter 1 – Section 2. Although there are no two governments that are exactly alike, we can use a basic classification system to determine what type of.
Branches of Government Three branches of United States government Legislative, executive, and judicial branches Each branch has its own responsibilities.
A change made to the Constitution, an addition to the Constitution.
“Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others”
Africa: Governments SS7CG1; SS7CG2.
American Government Mr. Bordelon. Key Terms Describes a state that has supreme power within its territory.
6 Basic Principles of the Constitution. 1. Popular Sovereignty All Power is held by the People The power to govern is given through the Constitution Amendments.
What is a “state” State: a body of people, living in a defined territory, organized politically and with the power to make and enforce law without the.
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