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State the formula for a “state” and give an example of a state currently in the world. Population + Territory + Sovereignty + government = USA. Define Sovereignty and give an example of a sovereign country and one that is not.

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state the formula for a state and give an example of a state currently in the world
State the formula for a “state” and give an example of a state currently in the world
  • Population + Territory + Sovereignty + government =
  • USA
define sovereignty and give an example of a sovereign country and one that is not
Define Sovereigntyand give an example of a sovereign country and one that is not
  • The ability of a nation to make decisions both within its country and with foreign countries on it’s own.
  • USA – Not: Palestine, Puerto Rico
slide3
What is the name for a country’s leader who acquired their position through hereditary AND who does not share power with anyone or any group.
  • What is an Absolute Monarch. Now give an example of an absolute monarch.
  • Louis XIV, Henry VIII (possibly Kim Jong UN of North Korea)
this is a country ruled by a group of military generals
This is a country ruled by a group of military generals
  • What is a Junta?
  • What is a country that had a junta which we studied?
  • Egypt!
this theory says that god gave certain people the right to rule
This Theory says that God gave certain people the right to rule.
  • What is Divine Right theory. Now give an example of a Divine Right monarch.
  • Louis XIV
it is the clear boundaries or borders of a country
It is the clear boundaries or borders of a country
  • What is territory.
  • Follow – up. What is the country with the largest territory?
  • Russia!
slide7
This is a type of theory that says that people form an agreement with those who rule. Often times this agreement is called a Constitution. What type of theory is this?
  • What is Social Contract Theory. Give an example of a government using social contracts?
  • USA!
slide8
In this form of government a group of countries or states get together for limited purposes. They give the central government only a little bit of power
  • What is a Confederation. Give an example!!
  • UN, EU or USA under Articles of Confederation
in this form of government power is divided between a central authority and it s regions or states
In this form of government, power is divided between a central authority and it’s regions (or states).
  • What is a Federal form of government.
  • Give an example?
  • USA today 
what are the four functions of government
What are the four functions of government?
  • 1. Provide for national defense
  • 2. Maintain social order within the country
  • 3. Provide for economic system
  • 4. Provide for public services.
  • Give an example of each!!!
  • Army, police, $ and schools!
slide11
The colonists had two main roles from Britain’s perspective during the colonial era. What were both of them?
  • 1. Provide for raw materials like cotton and wood
  • Buy Britain’s finished goods like chairs, clothing and dishes
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