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Socialism government owns many of larger industries
Communism political & economic theory deprived from the ideas of Karl Marx government owns all businesses and farms provided by people
Dictatorship rule by a single leader who has not been elected & may use force to stay in control
Feudalism peasants & vassals serve a powerful lord who protects them & takes care of their economic needs
Oligarchy A form of government which consists of rules by an elite group who rule in their own interests especially the accumulation of wealth and privilege
Divine right When someone believes that kings and queens are rollers from God
Democracy The government is elected by the people Everyone who is an eligible to vote which is a majority of the population has a chance to have their say over who runs the country
Absolutism The political doctrine and practice of unlimited centralized authority and absolute sovereignty is vested especially in a monarch or dictator
Totalitarianism Ruined by a single person or party with total control
Theocracy A form of government where the rules claim to be rolling on behalf of a set or religious ideas or as direct agents of deity
Monarchy Where the leaders are passed down through bloodline
Anarchy Lack of government
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