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Principles Forms Democracy Free Ent.Grab Bag
This is the 4 th Characteristic of a state, after Population, Territory, and Government
What is Sovereignty?
This theory on how states came to be argues that God gave certain people the power to rule over others
What is the Divine Right Theory?
This Scottish philosopher advocated the idea of the social contract
Who is John Locke?
According to the evolutionary theory, states originated from these
What are families?
This is the power to interpret laws
What is judicial power?
In this form of government, there are no smaller regional governments
What is a unitary government?
This is the term for a small, usually self- appointed group of supreme rulers
What is an oligarchy?
In this form of government, the executive and legislative powers are unified
What is a parliamentary government?
This form of government produces policy slower than its counterpart, but it is typically better policy
What is a presidential government?
This form of government is best able to respond to local needs
What is a Confederal government?
When the majority gets its way, this must be protected
What is the minority?
Coming to a middle point on disagreeing sides is called the necessity of this
What is compromise?
Democracies tend to base their policy decisions not on benefiting the country, but on benefiting these
What are individuals?
The United States has achieved equality of all persons in this sense
What is equality under the law?
A citizens actions will be declared illegal if they harm other people, their property, or this
What is the system (or democracy)?
This is the economic system in the United States
What is free enterprise?
This is the law of economics that governs a free enterprise system
What is the law of supply and demand?
This is what we call a combination of a free market and a command market
What is a mixed economy?
This is what we call the reward for hard work, risk, and invention
What is profit?
Free enterprise systems must have private ownership, profit, competition, and this
What is individual initiative?
This person was Vice-President for 8 years under Bill Clinton
Who is Al Gore?
This is the name of the scandal that forced Richard Nixon to resign as president
What is Watergate?
This is Vice-President Joe Bidens home state?
What is Delaware?
Former Green Bay Packer QB Brett Favre was raised in what Gulf Coast state?
What is Mississippi?
This man was the 4 th President of the United States
Who is James Madison?
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