Government types

Government types

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  • I am sorry, but you have no real power as king to pass that law.
  • Constitutional Monarchy
  • I invited you here to tell you to pass a law that says only the king can wear slippers.
  • Democracy
  • YES!
  • Okay then. Majority rules. Everyone has to eat dessert.
  • Do you want the government to pass a law saying everyone has to have dessert?
  • No.
  • Republic
  • We The People, Of The United States of America
  • A monarchy limited by a constitution, and ruled with the help of an elected legislature.
  • Absolute Monarchy and Imperial
  • Go arrest anybody who doesn't worship me.
  • Majority rules with little or no protection for the minority.
  • Communism and Totalitarian
  • You are no longer a banker, but a maid instead.
  • A limited government, getting it's power from the people, with a constitution of a law keeping the government from taking rights from people.
  • Oligarchy and Dictatorship
  • Do what I say or die.
  • Ruled by a heredity king or queen, usually with the help of an aristocracy.
  • Yes, queen.
  • Government controls every aspect of life and business. People are granted rights and property according to needs and abilities. Everyone is equal.
  • I don't care. I am in control of you. You do what I say. You are now a maid.
  • But I want to stay a banker!
  • Absolute rule by a small group, either with an individual or political party in charge. Power is held by force.
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