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government

social studies government

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Direct democracy a form of government in which adults take part in decisions.
Tribal Rule Members of tribe had a say in group decisions. But chiefs and elders usually made the final decision.
Absolute Monarchy A king or queen who inherits the thrown when he/she was born has complete control.
Dictatorship A leader who is not a king or queen but who has almost total power over an entire country.
Oligarchy governments controlled by a small group of people.
Constitutional Monarchy A government in which the king or queen is limited by law.
Representative Democracy governments run by representatives that the people choose.
Direct democracy a form of government in which adults take part in decisions.
Tribal Rule Members of tribe had a say in group decisions. But chiefs and elders usually made the final decision.
Absolute Monarchy A king or queen who inherits the thrown when he/she was born has complete control.
Dictatorship A leader who is not a king or queen but who has almost total power over an entire country.
Oligarchy governments controlled by a small group of people.
Constitutional Monarchy A government in which the king or queen is limited by law.
Representative Democracy governments run by representatives that the people choose.
Created by: rmckeown