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Types of Government

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I hope the Republicans win.

God compels us to reclaim the Holy land.

He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future.

Mind MapTheocracy DemocracyI hope the Republicans win.In a democratic government, all people of the state are involved in making political decisions. Citizens are given the choice to vote for a specific candidate and political party of law. A democracy requires free elections, a voting public, protection of human rights, and voting equality amongst its citizens. MonarchyA monarchy is a form of government in which the sovereignty of a state is embodied by one individual or family known as a monarch. Monarchies that have few or no legal restraints are called absolute monarchies. Monarchies that have a limited role or power are called constitutional monarchies. The head of a monarchy usually carries the role until their death. OligarchyAn oligarchy is a form of government in which the power rests in a small group of people. These people are usually privileged educators, politicians, royalty, or military leaders. Oligarchies are often tyrannical, requiring public obedience or oppression to exist. TheocracyGod compels us to reclaim the Holy land.A theocracy is a form of government that is ruled by someone who is guided by the divine. Typically, this form of government occurs when a religious leader rules a state, such as a Pope. Many feudal empires were ruled in the name of God. Countless wars, such as The Crusades, were fought by states under theocratic rule. AuthoritarianAn authoritarian government is characterized by political constraints, decisions based on emotion, repressive tactics, and shifting political powers. Authoritarian regimes generally come to power by military force or through public support by the lower class or a repressed group. AutocracyHe alone, who owns the youth, gains the future.An autocracy is a form of government in which one person has supreme control of the government. They are neither restrained by laws, or political parties. The most common form of autocracy is a dictatorship.