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Types of Government
Totalitarian DictatorshipRule by a single leader or a small group May use force to keep control Little or no attention to public opinion or individual rights
Theocracy Rulers claim to be ruling on behalf of a set of religious ideas or as direct agents of a deity.
Absolute Monarchy Has a king or queen Complete powerPower is passed along through the family
Constitutional MonarchyKing or queen rules in partnership with a democratically elected parliament.
Direct Democracy Citizens vote on all issues.
Indirect/Representative Democracy (Republic)Led by representatives of the voters Each is individually chosen for a set period of time.
Anarchy Absence or non-recognition of authority and order in any given sphere.
Advantage DisadvantageTotalitarian Dictatorship Theocracy Absolute Monarchy Constitutional Monarchy Direct Democracy Republic Anarchy
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