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States possess more power than the federal government. Alliance of states!
Also known as….._________________
Oldest Form of Government
Usually involves a King or a Queen!
What is this from last chapter?
Largest growing form of Government
Which is the Oldest Form of Government?
Voters elect representatives to Parliaments
Party with legislative majority elects Prime Minister
Elected representatives make decisions
Small, Independent representation
Usually small- like town meetings
Which of the following best describes the U.S.?
In a Parliamentary Democracy, who elects the Prime Minister?
What do you notice about our relations w/ all of these countries?
Come to power through genetics.
Usually born into it
Authority usually accepted by people
Come to power through takeovers.
Authority usually comes with fear
Countries with large diverse populations usually have this form
Small nation sometimes have this
Power in Central government
What type of System of Gov’t would a Large, Diverse Population Have?
A common feature is the production of high quality goods
Markets determine the price of these goods
Government Planners decide what and how much to produce
Economy based on traditions; behind in the times.
Elements of command and market
Most common in the world
Which Economy is most common in the world?
Who decides what to produce in a Command Economy?
Single party controls government and Economy
Individuals privately own means of production
Role of the entrepreneurs.
Where would we be today without the contributions of Steve Jobs being an entrepreneur. m
Who does capitalism attempt to help?