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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.
Major Principles of the United States Constitution.
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.
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