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  • Hey Elizabeth
  • Guess what we learned about in school?
  • What did you learn, Grace?
  • Tell me more!
  • we learned about what a monarchy is.
  • Ok.
  • Do they have all the power?
  • Only sometimes. they have all the power when it is a absolute monarchy.
  • A monarchy is ruled by a queen or king.
  • That does not sound good, having a king that has all the power?
  • having that place in the hands of one person?
  • Well you are right, but there are some good stuff that comes with a monarchy.
  • Cool, but where in the world does this even happen? it does not seem to be a lot of places.
  • Monarchy reduces a rather large amount of expenditures of the elections. because monarchy is blood related.So no trouble of elections.
  • Because there is onlt one person in charge decesions are made quick and easy.
  • Absolutes monarchies have all the power, while constitutional monarchies has a limit on the control.
  • Great! so cool. Cant wait to learn about this at my school!
  • an example of an absolute monarchy is Saudi Arabia. And a constitutional monarchy is in the UK.
  • Some disadvantages are that having one ruler for everything can be bad because if somthing were to happen everything would be up to one person.
  • Like what???
  • But, there are some advantages. like it reduces large amounts of expenditures of the elections because of how the ruler is chosen (by blood/ in the family) so decisions are made quick and easy.
  • an example of an absolute monarchy is Saudi Arabia. And a constitutional monarchy is in the UK.
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