Social studies
Updated: 3/9/2020
Social studies
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  • monarchy
  • tribalism
  • anarchy
  • Rule by a king or queen, whose son/daughter will then usually become king/queen. True monarchism requires [demands] that the people obey their ruler absolutely [totally].
  • democracy
  • were voting
  • Rule by a chief who holds their position because they are a son (or sometimes a daughter) of a chief, as well as being a good leader. The ‘common’ people may have some say.
  • oligarchy
  • People co-operating in their society, without the need for any government at all.
  • theocracy
  • Government elected by the majority [most] of the people (but it should still try to represent the best interests of all of the people).
  • Power is kept in the hands of a small group of people who have not been elected (similar to a dictatorship).
  • Government according to religious doctrine [laws], such as found in the Christian Bible or Islamic Koran.
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