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U. S. & Greece

What type of government does Greece have? direct democracy
In a direct democracy every citizen votes on what? everything
The U.S. has this type of government? representative democracy
In a representative government every citizen votes on what? representative to vote for them
There are three types of government? local, state, and national
The governor, general assembly and courts fall under this type of government? state
The mayor, council and courts fall under this type of government? local
The Congress, President and Supreme Court fall under this type of government? national
There are three branches in the national government? judicial, executive, and legislative
The courts and Supreme Court fall under this branch of government? judicial branch
The council, Congress and General Assembly fall under this branch of government? legislative branch
The mayor, President and Governor fall under this branch of government? executive branch
In Greece, the people who met to make decisions were called? assembly
In Greece, citizens vote directly on what two things? issues and leaders
In Greece, what group suggests new laws? assembly
In Greece, the assembly created what group of 500 people to run the city from day to day? council
In Greece, the following 3 groups of people were not considered citizens and, thus not allowed to vote? women, slaves and people new to Athens
In the U.S., citizens chose other citizens to represent them as what in their government? leaders
In the U.S., who are considered citizens? men, women, and people born outside of the U.S.
In what type of government are town meetings held and all citizens can vote on the issues? local government
When the U.S. began what two groups of people could not vote? slaves and women
Greece has what type of government? direct democracy
The U.S. has what type of government? representative democracy
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