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Athens

7th grade

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DEMOCRACY RULE BY THE PEOPLE. CITIZENS RULE
ARISTROCRATS RICH LANDOWNER. WEALTHY IN SOCIETY
OLIGARCHY GOVT. WHERE A FEW WEALTHY PEOPLE HOLD POWER. ARISTOCRATS RULE.
CITIZENS FREE PERSON. RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN GOVT.
TYRANT ANCIENT GREEK LEADER WHO HELD POWER THROUGH FORCE. DICTATORSHIP. RULED BY LEADER
DIRECT DEMOCRACY GOVT. WHERE EACH FREE PERSON HAS A DIRECT VOTE.
REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY GOVT. WHERE CITIZENS ELECT OFFICIALS TO REPRESENT THEM IN GOVT.
OLIGARCHY ARISTOCRATS RULE
ROLE COMMON PEOPLE HAD IN EACH GOVERNMENT COMMON PEOPLE HAD NO ROLE IN GOVT. UNDER OLIGARCHY OR TYRANNY, BUT WERE VERY ACTIVE IN A DEMOCRACY.
3 THINGS UNDER ATHENIAN DIRECT DEMOCRACY 1.) ALL CITIZENS MET AS A GROUP TO DEBATE AND VOTE ON ISSUES 2.) NO SEPARATION OF POWER. CITIZENS CREATED LAWS, ENFORCED LAWS AND ACTED AS JUDGES. 3.) ONLY FREE MALE CITIZENS COULD VOTE. WOMEN AND SLAVES COULD NOT.
3 THINGS UNDER AMERICAN REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY 1.) CITIZENS ELECT REPRESENTATIVES TO DEBATE AND VOTE ON ISSUES 2.) THERE IS SEPARATION OF POWER. CITIZENS ELECT PEOPLE TO CREATE LAWS, OTHER TO ENFORCE LAWS, OTHERS TO JUDGE OR INTERPRET LAWS 3.) MEN AND WOMEN WHO ARE CITIZENS HAVE A RIGHT TO VOTE
LEGISLATIVE CREATE LAWS
EXECUTIVE ENFORCE LAWS
JUDICIAL INTERPRET OR JUDGE LAWS
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