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Jeopardy review   chapter 1 Jeopardy review chapter 1 Presentation Transcript

  • Today’s Plan
    • Chapter 1 Review pg. 24-25, #’s 1-10,13, 22-23, 27
    • Go over Chapter 1 Study Guide
    • Review Jeopardy
  • Jeopardy Intro. to Gov’t Intro. to Gov’t 2 Forms of Gov’t Forms of Gov’t 2 Concepts of Democracy 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50
  • An institution through which a society makes and enforces public policy. – 10 points View slide
  • The power to make laws is called __________ power. -20 points View slide
  • Body of fundamental laws setting out the principles, structures, and processes of a government. – 30 points
  • Theory that kings were appointed by God, giving them the right to rule is known as this theory… – 40 points
  • The four parts of a state are... – 50 points
  • Goal of American democracy to ensure that law is reasonable, fair, and impartial. – 10 points
  • Theory that the state began by someone controlling an area and forced others to submit to that person’s authority. – 20 points
  • Goal of American democracy that seeks to promote peace among society. – 30 points
  • Theory that state’s began with people entering into an agreement to be ruled by those who govern. – 40 points
  • Name the 4 Theory’s on the origin of the state. – 50 points
  • Form of Gov’t in which authority to govern comes from the people. – 10 points
  • Form of gov’t in which one person holds unlimited political power. – 20 points
  • Form of government in which there is a separation of powers b/t the executive and legislative branches of government. – 30 points
  • Form of government in which the 3 levels of government share power. – 40 points
  • Form of government where the national or central government holds all the power. – 50 points
  • Form of government in which a single person or small group of people rule a country with no concern for the will of the people. – 10 points
  • A form of government in which independent states hold the power and form an alliance. – 20 points
  • A form of government in which the executive and legislative branches are one in the same. – 30 points
  • Form of government in which a small group of people run the government by force. – 40 points
  • A form of government in which citizens vote on representatives to make decisions on their behalf. – 50 points
  • Economic system characterized by private ownership of public goods. – 10 points
  • Law that states as supplies of goods and services become too plentiful, that prices tend to drop. – 20 points
  • Give-and-take among competing interests in order to find the position acceptable to the largest number. – 30 points
  • An economy involving both public and private enterprise. – 40 points
  • Name 3 of the 5 foundations of American democracy. – 50 points