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Government Terms. 6

Government questions for 6th grade.

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Name the 3 ways power is distributed. Unitary, Confederation, and Federal.
How does a presidential democracy work? Citizens vote on the head of government (president) and the representatives.
How does a parliamentary democracy work? Citizens vote on the law-making body. The law-making body votes on who will head the government.
How do citizens participate in an autocracy. .It is and absolute rule .Citizens have no say in the government
How do citizens participate in an oligarchy? .Ruled by a FEW .Citizens have no say in the government
How do citizens participate in a democracy? .All citizens have a say in the government .Citizens can vote
Russia is a European example of this leadership. President
One person has all of the power. He or she does have often times have a few advisers. Dictator
England has a monarch. What is another name for monarch. King or Queen
One strong central government. Power is in the national government. Unitary
Several individual governments that are loosely allianced. Power goes to the states. Confederation.
Different levels of government. National, state, and local. Power is evenly distributed. Federal
What word have we used to describe a republic? Representative
Name the European County we have discussed that is considered a constitutional monarchy AND a paliamentary democracy? UK
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