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1 Governments – a Helpful Flow Chart By Suzanne Lord

2 Happy Monday! Please write today’s agenda in your planner Warm Up: Find the article “Saudi women over 30 could drive until 8 p.m., but without makeup, council proposes” at the front of the room Read the article and then do the following: List two positive and two negative points to living in a theocracy PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON THE ARTICLE!

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4 Government- form of control under which the right to make and enforce laws is given to a particular individual or group.

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6 Anarchy – No Government

7 Government- form of control under which the right to make and enforce laws is given to a particular individual or group. Anarchy – No Government

8 Dictatorship – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person who has absolute power.

9 Government- form of control under which the right to make and enforce laws is given to a particular individual or group. Anarchy – No Government Dictatorship – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person who has absolute power.

10 Theocracy – form of government where god (gods) is recognized as the head of the government and the head of the religion makes laws based on the religions holy book and his interpretations.

11 Government- form of control under which the right to make and enforce laws is given to a particular individual or group. Anarchy – No Government Dictatorship – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person who has absolute power. Theocracy – form of government where god (gods) is recognized as the head of the government and the head of the religion makes laws based on the religions holy book and his interpretations.

12 Monarchy – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person usually a king, queen or Emperor who rules for life and inherits the position

13 Government- form of control under which the right to make and enforce laws is given to a particular individual or group. Anarchy – No Government Dictatorship – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person who has absolute power. Theocracy – form of government where god (gods) is recognized as the head of the government and the head of the religion makes laws based on the religions holy book and his interpretations. Monarchy – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person usually a king, queen or Emperor who rules for life and inherits the position

14 Absolute – the monarch’s (king, queen or emperor) power is not restricted, he or she can make whatever rules and laws and to become the monarch one is born into the ruling family.

15 Government- form of control under which the right to make and enforce laws is given to a particular individual or group. Anarchy – No Government Dictatorship – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person who has absolute power. Theocracy – form of government where god (gods) is recognized as the head of the government and the head of the religion makes laws based on the religions holy book and his interpretations. Monarchy – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person usually a king, queen or Emperor who rules for life and inherits the position Absolute – the monarch’s (king, queen or emperor) power is not restricted, he or she can make whatever rules and laws and to become the monarch one is born into the ruling family.

16 Constitutional – the monarch’s (king, queen or emperor) power is restricted by the constitution. The Constitution outlines the monarch’s power and who will be the next monarch.

17 Government- form of control under which the right to make and enforce laws is given to a particular individual or group. Anarchy – No Government Dictatorship – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person who has absolute power. Theocracy – form of government where god (gods) is recognized as the head of the government and the head of the religion makes laws based on the religions holy book and his interpretations. Monarchy – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person usually a king, queen or Emperor who rules for life and inherits the position Absolute – the monarch’s (king, queen or emperor) power is not restricted, he or she can make whatever rules and laws and to become the monarch one is born into the ruling family. Constitutional – the monarch’s (king, queen or emperor) power is restricted by the constitution. The Constitution outlines the monarch’s power and who will be the next monarch.

18 Oligarchy – form of government where the right to make and enforce is given to a few citizens

19 Government- form of control under which the right to make and enforce laws is given to a particular individual or group. Anarchy – No Government Dictatorship – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person who has absolute power. Theocracy – form of government where god (gods) is recognized as the head of the government and the head of the religion makes laws based on the religions holy book and his interpretations. Monarchy – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person usually a king, queen or Emperor who rules for life and inherits the position Absolute – the monarch’s (king, queen or emperor) power is not restricted, he or she can make whatever rules and laws and to become the monarch one is born into the ruling family. Constitutional – the monarch’s (king, queen or emperor) power is restricted by the constitution. The Constitution outlines the monarch’s power and who will be the next monarch. Oligarchy – form of government where the right to make and enforce is given to a few citizens

20 Democracy – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to the citizens

21 Government- form of control under which the right to make and enforce laws is given to a particular individual or group. Anarchy – No Government Dictatorship – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person who has absolute power. Theocracy – form of government where god (gods) is recognized as the head of the government and the head of the religion makes laws based on the religions holy book and his interpretations. Monarchy – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person usually a king, queen or Emperor who rules for life and inherits the position Absolute – the monarch’s (king, queen or emperor) power is not restricted, he or she can make whatever rules and laws and to become the monarch one is born into the ruling family. Constitutional – the monarch’s (king, queen or emperor) power is restricted by the constitution. The Constitution outlines the monarch’s power and who will be the next monarch. Oligarchy – form of government where the right to make and enforce is given to a few citizens Democracy – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to the citizens

22 Direct – all citizens must vote on each and every law that is proposed before it can be enforced.

23 Government- form of control under which the right to make and enforce laws is given to a particular individual or group. Anarchy – No Government Dictatorship – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person who has absolute power. Theocracy – form of government where god (gods) is recognized as the head of the government and the head of the religion makes laws based on the religions holy book and his interpretations. Monarchy – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to one person usually a king, queen or Emperor who rules for life and inherits the position Absolute – the monarch’s (king, queen or emperor) power is not restricted, he or she can make whatever rules and laws and to become the monarch one is born into the ruling family. Constitutional – the monarch’s (king, queen or emperor) power is restricted by the constitution. The Constitution outlines the monarch’s power and who will be the next monarch. Oligarchy – form of government where the right to make and enforce is given to a few citizens Democracy – form of government where the right to make and enforce laws is given to the citizens Direct – all citizens must vote on each and every law that is proposed before it can be enforced.

24 Representative – citizens elect people (called representatives and/or senators in the US) to make the laws for all citizens.

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