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Mrs. Renshaw's Govt.

Mrs. Renshaw's Government Terms

Democracy Form of government in which citizens hold political power.
Constitution A system of basic rules and principles by which a government is organized.
Unlimited Government A government where there are no effective limits on government actions.
Limited Government A government where the government's actions are limited by law.
Government A group of people who have the power to make and enforce laws for a country.
Communism A political and economic system in which the government owns all property and makes all economic decisions.
Unitary System System of government in which a central government has the authority to make laws for the entire country.
Confederation A group of independent states join together and give limited powers to a common government.
Federal System Power is divided among central,regional, and local governments.
Central government Level of government that is responsible for national affairs.
Created by: arenshaw