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   independent unit that occupies a specific    territory   has full control of its internal and external    affairs   ...
   a group of people with a common culture    living in a territory and having a strong sense    of unity
   when a nation and a state occupy the same territory      it’s possible for a nation not to have a territory      thi...
   state – refers to territory and government   nation – refers to people
1.   Democracy2.   Monarchy3.   Dictatorship4.   Communism
   citizens hold political power      directly or through elected representatives   origins in Ancient Greece and Ancie...
   Austria   France   Germany   Mongolia
   a ruling family headed by a king or queen    holds ruling power      may or may not share power with citizen bodies ...
   Saudi Arabia   Sweden   Bhutan   Norway
Can you think of other famous         monarchs?
   an individual or group holds complete political    power   Ex. Afghanistan
   all power is held by the government in the name of    the people   Ex. Former USSR
China, Cuba, Laos, North Korea, Vietnam, Maldova and Nepal
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  1. 1.  independent unit that occupies a specific territory has full control of its internal and external affairs often called a country
  2. 2.  a group of people with a common culture living in a territory and having a strong sense of unity
  3. 3.  when a nation and a state occupy the same territory  it’s possible for a nation not to have a territory  this group is called a stateless nation  Palestinians
  4. 4.  state – refers to territory and government nation – refers to people
  5. 5. 1. Democracy2. Monarchy3. Dictatorship4. Communism
  6. 6.  citizens hold political power  directly or through elected representatives origins in Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome
  7. 7.  Austria France Germany Mongolia
  8. 8.  a ruling family headed by a king or queen holds ruling power  may or may not share power with citizen bodies ex. United Kingdom
  9. 9.  Saudi Arabia Sweden Bhutan Norway
  10. 10. Can you think of other famous monarchs?
  11. 11.  an individual or group holds complete political power Ex. Afghanistan
  12. 12.  all power is held by the government in the name of the people Ex. Former USSR
  13. 13. China, Cuba, Laos, North Korea, Vietnam, Maldova and Nepal
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