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Which term describes how political power is distributed in Mexico & Brazil?
a) federal government
b) unitary government
c) aristocratic government
d) confederation government

Whca type of government and political power is distributed in Cuba?
a) dictatorship/unitary government
b) democracy/unitary government
c) monarchy/presidential system
d) dictatorship/federal government

One way that Brazil's government is different from the U.S. government is that it
a) requires citizens ages 18 -70 to vote
b) has a president as chief executive
c) does not allow 16-year olds to vote
d) has a legislature called Congress

One wyat the Mexico's governmetn is different from the U.S. government is that
a) presidents can only servfe one-6 year term
b) the president in the chief executive
c) the legislature is called Congres
d) citizens 18 years old and over may vote

What type of government and political power exists in Canada?
a) parliamentary democracy / federal government (constitutional monarchy)
b) parliamentary democracy / confederation government
c) presidential democracy/ federal government (constitutional monarchy)
d) communist

One way that Canada's government is different from the U.S. government is that Canada
a) has a monarch-that is a king or queen- as head of state
b) has a federal form of government
c) allows citizens 18 years old and over to vote
d) elects leaders to make laws

England + Currency
a) Pound
b) Dollar
c)
d) Euro

Dictator + Power
a) Autocracy
b) Democracy
c)
d) Oligarchy

United Kingdom + strongest form of government
a) Legislative
b) Executive
c)
d) Judicial

Literacy rate effects
a) standard of living
b) space travel
c)
d) population

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