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Democracy Warm-up Review Source: Montclair HS Focus on Learning Ms. Ramos
The First Democracies Ms. Ramos
1. Which form of government was first used in Ancient Greece? A. monarchy Ms. Ramos
2. Where did democracy originate? C. Athens Ms. Ramos
3. An oligarchy is a form of government ruled by D. land owners Ms. Ramos
4. Which two forms of government are most similar? D. oligarchy & aristocracy Ms. Ramos
Athens Takes the Lead Ms. Ramos
1. Who is remembered as an early champion of Greek democratic ideals? B. Solon Ms. Ramos
2. Athenian citizens were allowed to debate and decide issues of law in a gathering called the B. juries Ms. Ramos
3. Gradually, Athenian citizens consisted of B. rich & poor men Ms. Ramos
4. All of the following were major reforms by Solon EXCEPT: D. women allowed to participate in the Assembly Ms. Ramos
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