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  • Hey Han! What does it mean for a countrty to be a dictatorship?
  • Hey Dabin! I think we will learn more about it today in class!!
  • I wonder what our country's government is like?
  • Me too! All I know is that we have a strong army and a solid leader.
  • Our country is a dictatorship country where all of the power goes to one person.
  • TAKE NOTES:
  • hmm does that mean no power goes to the people?
  • DICTATORSHIP
  • Did you understand the advantages during class?
  • Dabin and Han go to school together in North Korea. Every morning,they like to discuss what they are going to learn during that school day.
  • Yes! with an army and leader, the government can be very strong especially when it comes to facing other countries.
  • While walking to class, Han shares information to Dabin about what he already knows about North Korea's government system
  • Also,when the government is not being runned by the opinions of citizens, they can slack off on their jobs or rebel against the government.
  • The teacher teaches the class about dictatorship. North Korea is ruled by one individual with the support of the army. A disadventage is that with all the power to one person, only one opinion leads to making wrong decisions easilier. The more opinions the better ideas and choices for the country.
  • I learned a lot today in government class!
  • Han and Dabin discuss an advantage about having a strong government.
  • Their friend Jason helps them by giving them more information on the disadvantages of having a dictator lead the country.
  • Dabin refelcts in the bathroom about the country she is living in. She learned a lot about how her country operates and the advantages and disadvantages about the type of government.
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