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Which of the following DOES NOT allow all citizens to vote and has governments with two houses?
a) North Korea b) United Kingdom c) Germany d) Russia
government = people
a) democracy b) oligarchy c) autocracy d) federal
Who choses the prime minister?
a) the Parliament b) the people c) the queen d) the president
Who choses the president?
a) the people b) the queen c) the Parliament d) Congress
In a presidential democracy, the head of government is the
a) president b) prime minister c) king d) cabinet
The parliamentary democracy, the head of government is
a) the prime minister b) the president c) the queen d) the people
In a parliamentary democracy,
a) the prime minister is the chief executive (person in charge). b) the president is the chief executive (person in charge). c) the secretary of state is the chief executive (person in charge). d) the monarch is the chief executive (person in charge).
In a presidential democracy
a) the president is the chief executive (person in charge). b) the prime minister is the chief executive (person in charge). c) the queen is the chief executive (person in charge). d) the people are chief executives (persons in charge).
govenerment = small group
a) oligarchy b) autocratic c) democratic d) confederation
government = one ruler (dictator)
a) autocratic b) oligarchic c) unitary d) federal
government = little citizen participation
a) oligarchic b) autocracy c) democracy d)
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