Government Storyboard


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  • The nation's government.
  • The state governments.
  • This picture represents a federal government because it shows that power is divided between the different parts of the government. (between the state government and the national government.
  • This picture represents a presidential government because it symbolizes that there is one main leader of the country but the power is separated between branches of government who work together.
  • This picture demonstrates a representative democracy because it shows a few people in front of a larger group of people who seem to show support; similar to when citizens elect people to represent them in the government.
  • This picture represents a unitary government because it shows that the power is held by one central government agency or group of people who are elected to make all the political decisions.
  • This cell represents a parliamentary government because the government has one main leader who is the executive branch who works with the legislative branch to make decisions.
  • This represents an aristocracy because it shows how in an aristocracy the political decisions are made by a group of nobles or people who are considered more qualified than others.
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