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1 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson 1 Review Page 91 / 1-6

2 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 1 Question / 1 How could a legislature restrain a monarch and establish limited government?

3 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 2 Answer / Question 1 The legislature could pass laws that restricted the monarch’s power.

4 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 1 Question / 2 How do direct democracy and representative democracy differ?

5 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 2 Answer / Question 2 In a direct democracy, the people rule themselves. In a representative democracy, they choose others to govern them.

6 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 1 Question / 3 What two ancient democracies helped shape the system of government we have today?

7 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 2 Answer / Question 3 Student answers will vary, but should recognize the contributions of Greek and Roman democracies.

8 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 1 Question / 4 How did the writings of John Locke and Baron de Montesquieu influence ideas about government in what became the United States?

9 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 2 Answer / Question 4 Students should recognize application of ideas about equality, natural rights, and a social contract between a government and its people.

10 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 1 Question / 5 How did lawmaking at Jamestown differ from lawmaking at Plymouth?

11 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 2 Answer / Question 5 Student answers will vary, but should express that Jamestown settlers set up a representative democracy in the House of Burgesses, while the Mayflower Compact started a direct democracy.

12 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 1 Question / 6 Write a short speech convincing William and Mary to accept the English Bill of Rights.

13 Civics Chapter 4, Lesson / 2 Answer / Question 6 Student answers will vary, but should show recognition of the principle of limited government, English political tradition, and Enlightenment views about the nature of government.


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