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Limited Government
a) A government system where power of government is limited by the people b) A King or Queen c) A system of government where a leader/monarch and his/her advisors have all the power. d) An agreement between the members of an organized society or between a community and its ruler that defines and limits the rig
Monarch
a) A system of government where a leader/monarch and his/her advisors have all the power. b) A king or queen. c) Idea that all people, including government leaders, must obey the laws. d) The idea that rulers receive their power to rule from God and are not responsible to the people.
Divine Right of Kings
a) A government system where power of government is limited by the people. b) An intellectual movement in the 1700’s characterized by the use of reason to bring improvements in government, religion, and c) That the government contract should be written down, making clear what powers were given to whom. d) The idea that rulers receive their power to rule from God and are not responsible to the people.
Englightenment
a) A government that has all power and the people must obey it. b) Political theory that maintains that an individual has certain basic rights and that no government can deny these rights. c) An intellectual movement in the 1700’s characterized by the use of reason to bring improvements in government, religion, etc. d) The distribution of the legislative, executive, and judicial powers to several groups in the government.
Natural Rights
a) A government where the king/queen’s powers are limited by a constitution and elected representatives make the laws. b) Political theory that maintains that an individual has certain basic rights and that no government can deny these rights. c) An economic system controlled by individuals and private companies; Not By The Government Also called Laissez-faire d) That the government contract should be written down, making clear what powers were given to whom.
Absolutism
a) A system of government where a leader/monarch and his/her advisors have all the power. b) A government where the king/queen’s powers are limited by a constitution and elected representatives make the laws. c) A government that has all power and the people must obey it. d) A king or queen.
Rule of Law
a) A government system where power of government is limited by the people. b) Idea that all people, including government leaders, must obey the laws. c) An intellectual movement in the 1700’s characterized by the use of reason to bring improvements in government, religion, etc d) A government where the king/queen’s powers are limited by a constitution and elected representatives make the laws.
Unlimited Government
a) A king/queen who rules with unlimited power. b) The distribution of the legislative, executive, and judicial powers to several groups in the government. c) A government that has all power and the people must obey it. d) An economic system controlled by individuals and private companies; Not By The Government Also called Laissez-faire
Capitalism
a) Idea that all people, including government leaders, must obey the laws. b) An agreement between the members of an organized society or between a community and its ruler that defines and limits rights. c) The idea that rulers receive their power to rule from God and are not responsible to the people. d) An economic system controlled by individuals and private companies; Not By The Government Also called Laissez-faire
Social Contract
a) An agreement between the members of an organized society or between a community and its ruler that defines and limits rights b) That the government contract should be written down, making clear what powers were given to whom. c) Idea that all people, including government leaders, must obey the laws. d) A system of government where a leader/monarch and his/her advisors have all the power.
Absolute Monarch
a) The idea that rulers receive their power to rule from God and are not responsible to the people. b) A system of government where a leader/monarch and his/her advisors have all the power. c) A king/queen who rules with unlimited power. d) That the government contract should be written down, making clear what powers were given to whom.
Constitutional Monarchy
a) A king/queen who rules with unlimited power. b) The idea that rulers receive their power to rule from God and are not responsible to the people. c) A government where the king/queen’s powers are limited by a constitution and elected representatives make the laws. d) A system of government where a leader/monarch and his/her advisors have all the power.
Separation of Powers
a) The distribution of the legislative, executive, and judicial powers to several groups in the government. b) That the government contract should be written down, making clear what powers were given to whom. c) Political theory that maintains that an individual has certain basic rights and that no government can deny these rights. d) Idea that all people, including government leaders, must obey the laws.
Constitutionalism
a) An intellectual movement in the 1700’s characterized by the use of reason to bring improvements in government, religion, etc. b) That the government contract should be written down, making clear what powers were given to whom. c) A government that has all power and the people must obey it. d) The distribution of the legislative, executive, and judicial powers to several groups in the government.
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