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Rise of Democracy

Discovery Middle School Chapter 26 The Rise of Democracy

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city-state A city with its own laws, its own army, and its own money.
monarchy A form of government that is lead by a king, queen, or emperor, who holds the power in a country or empire.
oligarchy A form of government that is lead by a small group of people who rule a country or empire together, sharing the power.
tyranny A government that has a person in charge who has seized power illegally.
democracy A form of government where all citizens share in the ruling power.
aristocrat A member of the most powerful class in ancient Greek society.
citizen A member of a democracy, who has certain rights and responsibilities. A member of a democracy, who has certain rights and responsibilities.
assembly A group of citizens in an ancient Greek democracy with the power to pass laws.
Created by: randy hogue on 2012-01-30



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