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Western Hemisphere

Amendment Major change or addition in a constitution or body of laws
Branches of Government The divisions of government each with their own powers. The United States has three: Executive, Judicial, and Legislative.
Capitol The building in which a state or national legislature assembles
United States Presidential Democracy Form of government based on consent of the governed. There is more than one political party. Representatives are elected to vote for the laws on behalf of the people. The president is elected by the people, not chosen by Congress.
Constitutional Monarchy A parliamentary democracy where the king or queen is the head of state and the prime minister is the head of the government
Democracy Form of government based on consent of the governed. there are different forms of it.
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