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1 6.14 #1 Which is true of citizens’ rights in a democracy? Citizens are allowed to exercise their rights however they wish.Citizens cannot exercise their individual rights at the expense of the rights of others.Citizens are granted all rights only if they carry out responsibilities.Citizens who do not obey the law have no rights.
2 B Citizens cannot exercise their individual rights at the expense of the rights of others.
3 6.11 # 2. Which of the following is a characteristic of an unlimited government? A. Power is held by a few leaders.B. Citizens have power to make changes.C. There is a system of checks and balances.D. Elected officials share power with appointed officials.
11 A. Free health care for citizens B. Price controls for essential goods 6.11# As opposed to unlimited governments, such as North Korea, most limited governments, such as the United States, are defined by ---A. Free health care for citizensB. Price controls for essential goodsC. Voter participation in free electionsD. Government ownership of industry
15 A. They are mostly slaves. B. They live in poverty. 6.11 #8. Which of the following is the BEST description of citizens in an unlimited government?A. They are mostly slaves.B. They live in poverty.C. They have little power.D. They are fairly represented
17 C. (1)South Africa (2)Iran D. (1)China (2)North Korea 6.11 #9. Many unlimited governments, such as (1), are ruled by dictators, while limited governments, such as (2), are ruled by leaders elected by the people.A. (1)Libya (2)FranceB. (1)Mexico (2)VietnamC. (1)South Africa (2)IranD. (1)China (2)North Korea
18 A. Libya is a dictatorship and France is a republic
19 C. Rule by officials guided by religious ideas #10. Which of these statements BEST describes the government of Iran?A. Rule by a fewB. Rule by the majorityC. Rule by officials guided by religious ideasD. Rule y royal leaders limited by a constitution
21 6.12 #11. What do the governments of Cuba and China have in common? A. They have open and free elections.B. They are ruled by only one political party.C. They are ruled by a king and a constitution.C. They have religious leaders who are heads of state.
23 6.13 #12. A difference between Israeli and American citizens is the Israeli citizens--- A. Must attend schoolB. Are expected to pay taxesC. Are required to obey lawsD. Must perform military service
24 Israeli citizens must perform military service. In the U. S Israeli citizens must perform military service In the U.S. Military service is our Right , it is our Responsibility, BUT citizens are NOT at this time REQUIRED to perform military service.
25 6.13 #13. Which of the following do citizens in France have that citizens in Iran do not? A. Limitations on their civil rightsB. Restrictions on freedom of speechC. Religious guidance from their political leadersD. Right to support the political cnadidate of their choice
26 D. In France citizens have the right to support the political candidate of their choice.
27 A. A Chinese citizen can participated in free elections. # Which of the following is a difference between a citizen in the United States and a citizen in China?A. A Chinese citizen can participated in free elections.B. A Chinese citizen has unllimited freedom of speech.C. An American citizen must serve in the armed forces.D. An American citizen has more freedom to criticize the government.
28 D. An American citizen has more freedom to criticize the government.
29 A. Americans modeled their government on the French system. #15. Which of the following is one historical reason the United States has become such a strong democracyA. Americans modeled their government on the French system.B. Americans learned important lessons from the Russian Revolution.C. While under British rule, Americans desired representation in government.D. While forming their government, American officials received help from Canada.
30 C. While under British rule, Americans desired representation in government.
31 #16. 6.11 Classify each country as LIMITED or UNLIMITED. CubaUnited StatesChinaLibyaLiberiaNorth KoreaSouth KoreaVietnam
32 LIMITED UNLIMITED Cuba United States China Libya Liberia North Korea South KoreaVietnam
33 #17. Discuss some reasons for limiting the government.
34 tyr·an·ny (t r -n )n. pl. tyr·an·nies1. A government in which a single ruler is vested with absolute power.2. The office, authority, or jurisdiction of an absolute ruler.3. Absolute power, especially when exercised unjustly or cruelly: "I have sworn eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man" Thomas Jefferson.4.a. Use of absolute power.b. A tyrannical act.5. Extreme harshness or severity; rigor.
35 #18. Classify these governments according to the number of people who rule. Direct DemocracyIndirect DemocracyMonarchyConstitutional MonarchyParliamentary MonarchyRepublicSultanateConstitutional SultanateParliamentary SultanateDictatorshipOligarchyTotalitarianFederationAnarchy
36 Many Few One Zero Direct Democracy Anarchy Indirect Democracy Monarchy Constitutional MonarchyParliamentary MonarchyRepublicSultanateConstitutional SultanateParliamentary SultanateDictatorshipOligarchyTotalitarianFederation
37 #19. During the 1800’s Much of Latin America was considered to be--- A. MonarchyB. TribalC. OligarchyD. Republic
43 #22. What is the Magna Carta and where did it originate?
44 Mag·na Car·ta [ màgnə krtə ] (plural Mag·na Car·tas) or Mag·na Char·ta [ mágnə chrtə ] (plural Mag·na Char·tas) noun Definition: 1. charter granting rights: a charter establishing the rights of English barons and free citizens, granted by King John at Runnymede in 1215 and regarded as the basis of civil and political liberty in England 2. document acknowledging rights: a document that recognizes or guarantees rights, privileges, or liberties
45 More on Magna CartaIt explicitly protected certain rights of the King's subjects, whether free or fettered — most notably the writ of habeas corpus, allowing appeal against unlawful imprisonment.Magna Carta was arguably the most significant early influence on the extensive historical process that led to the rule of constitutional law today in the English speaking world. Magna Carta influenced the development of the common law and many constitutional documents, including the United States Constitution and the New Zealand founding document, the treaty of Waitangi. 
46 #23. What is the difference between a federal republic and a federation.
47 A federal republic is made up of states and led by a president A federal republic is made up of states and led by a president. The United States is a federal republic.A federation is made up of republics led by a president. Russia is a federation
48 #24. Develop a list of Rights and Responsibilities of US Citizens.
49 US Rights and Responsibilities Serve in military (Voluntary)Pay taxes volunteerVote in Multiparty Systemserve on juryObey lawsServe as government officialProtect environmentQuestion the governments decisions
50 #25. True or FalseCitizens in a democratic society have a responsibility to all other citizens to ensure that the enjoyment of their individual rights does not impede the development of the common good of society.
51 True. We are responsible to other citizens True! We are responsible to other citizens. Our own rights can not go against the common good of society.