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Foundations of Gov

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Who rules in Communism government Rule by One Party
Who rules in a Republic Rule by law
Who ruled in an Oligarchy Rule by the Minority (usually rich and powerful)
Who rules in a Democracy Rule by the Majority
Who rules in an Autoracy Rule by one (Monarchy/Military Dictatorship)
Who rules in a Theoracy Rule by God
Who rules in an Anarchy Rule by No One
Who rules in a Socialistic form of Government Rule by All
What does Federalism mean Members states are bound by one central government, powers are shared by state and federal governments
What does Checks and Ballences mean each branch of government haveing limited power over the other branches
What does Popular Sovereignty mean A government gains legtimicy form the people, usually by voteing
What does Seporation of Powers establish The three branches of government
What does Judical Review mean The right of the Judicial branch to etermine of a law is constitutional
WHat does Limited Government mean The powers of a given government are specifically outlined in the constitution
Created by: Coach Hilton