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South Habersham Middle School 6th Grade SS Powertime Vocabulary Unit 1

Unitary Government One central government has all the power and the local governments carry out the decisions of the central government.
Confederations The local governments have most of the power but they come together to form a weak central government to solve the nations problems.
Federations Although the central government is usually supreme, they share power with local governments that also have certain responsibilities.
Autocracies One person, usually a dictator, rules the country with absolute authority. The people have very little to no say in government.
Oligarchies The government is ruled by an elite few, usually a ruling family or a group of generals. Citizens have very little to no say in government.
Democracy Government officials are chosen through elections and citizens participate in government by voting and running for office.
Parliamentary Democracy A type of democracy in which the head of state, the Prime Minister, is chosen by the parliament and serves as the parliaments leader.
Created by: hbogue