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What is a voters role in a democracy To vote on decisions for the country
Protection of Citizens rights in a Communism Sometimes have the right to vote
Leaders in a constitutional Monarchy Monarch, king, queen, chairmen
Methods for voting in a Republic The people vote for representatives who then vote for decisions for the country
Role religion plays in a Theocracy A theocracy is where it is “ruled by god” R
Theocracy-citizen's rights/roles They have right to own property
Theocracy-define A theocracy is where it is “ruled by god” D
Theocracy-basic information A clergy rules and “talks with god”
Monarchy-define Is ruled by a Queen, King
Monarchy-citizens rights/roles They are under the complete power of the ruler put there by heredity
Monarchy-basic information There is a monarch called the Queen or king.
Oligarchy-define ruled by a few
Oligarchy-rights/roles can become ruling class by having money or political power
Oligarchy-basic information It is ruled by a few called the ruling class
Dictatorship-define ruled by one person by force or choice of last.
Dictatorship-citizens rights/roles none
Dictatorship-basic info taken by force and has lots of military. ruled by one
Democracy-define every one votes on all decisions
Democracy-rights/roles voting
Democracy-basic information all citizens vote on all decisions for there country
Constitutional monarchy-define there is a monarch with less power
Constitutional monarchy-rights/roles under a constitution and monarch. more freedom. most of what we have
Constitutional monarchy-basic information there is a monarch but they don't have power they are just a figure head
Republic-define vote on representatives to vote
Republic-rights/roles get to vote for representatives
Republic-basic info citizens vote for representatives that vote on laws
Communism-define government owns all
Communism-rights/roles government owns you
Communism-basic info government owns everything
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