UNIT 1 Foundations of U.S. Government CHAPTER 1 Government and the People LESSON 2 Systems and Forms of Gover .


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UNIT #1 Foundations of U.S. Government CHAPTER #1 Government and the People LESSON #2 Systems and Forms of Government

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Chapter UNIT #1 Foundations of U.S. Government CHAPTER #1 Government and the People LESSON #2 Systems and Forms of Government Systems of Government - What level of government has control — national or a lesser level, decides the arrangement of government that a country utilizes 1. Unitary System All administration power is held by the national government Also called incorporated Examples: Italy, Great Britain, France 2. Confederate System Most government power is held by the states/territories Page 1

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Chapter UNIT #1 Foundations of U.S. Government CHAPTER #1 Government and the People LESSON #2 Systems and Forms of Government (proceeded with) A free collusion of littler governments States do surrender some power so as to frame a national government No countries as of now utilize a confederate framework 3. Elected System Government power is shared between the national and state/common level Examples: U.S., Australia, Germany, India, Mexico Page 2

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Chapter UNIT #1 Foundations of U.S. Government CHAPTER #1 Government and the People LESSON #2 Systems and Forms of Government Forms of Government - Who has control — people or gatherings, decides the type of government that a country utilizes 1. Dictatorship A solitary individual holds control Power is normally acquired or kept by compel, i.e. tyrannies and governments Examples: Saudi Arabia (government), North Korea (tyranny) Page 3

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Chapter UNIT #1 Foundations of U.S. Government CHAPTER #1 Government and the People LESSON #2 Systems and Forms of Government (proceeded with) 2. Government A couple of people hold influence Wealth and military influence generally impact who the oligarchs will be Examples: China, Japan (before and amid WWII) 3. Majority rules system All people hold control, normally through voting Example Nations: U.S., Ireland, Australia, numerous more Page 4

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