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Government Geography 3.4
Goals… Explain why a country needs a government. Compare and contrast different types of government.
Government An organization set up to make and enforce rules for a group of people Has authority over land within its boundaries
The Need for Gov’t Security Law Enforcement Provide services Protect rights of citizens Citizen= person who owes loyalty to a country and receives its protection
Types of Governments 1.Representative Democracy: People elect representatives to create laws Ex: United States
2. Monarchy A ruling family headed by a king, queen, sultan, or emperor holds power Ex: Saudi Arabia
3. Oligarchy A small group of people holds power Wealth, military strength
4. Dictatorship One individual holds complete power
5. Communism: All political power and control of the economy is held by the government Ex: Cuba
Goals… Explain why we need a government. Compare and contrast different types of government.
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