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Gov Test 1

democracy and w/e

TermDefinition
four characteristics of a state population, territory, government, sovereignty
three agencies three branches
purpose of government the institution through which society makes & enforces public policies
four theories on the origin of gov divine right, force, evolutionary, social contract
basic principles of american democracy fundamental worth of the individual, equality of all persons, maj rule/rights, necessity for compromise, individual freedom, duties respondible for citizenship, democracy & free enterprise
relationship b/w executive & legislative branches in a presidential gov & parliamentary gov they are separate in a presidential gov and one in a parliamentary
federal form of gov powers are directed by a central & regional gov - USA, Canada, Germany
unitary form of gov centralized gov in which all powers are located in a central unit - GB, Israel
confederate form of gov alliance of independent states - Europe
which theory of development of state is in the dec of ind? social contract
pro-school vouchers conservative
Created by: lieren13e