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  • 1. Governments
  • 2. Real Who Rules Definitions Limited? World $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500
  • 3. In this government, the person in charge is the King or Queen. Category 1: $100: A
  • 4. What is monarchy? Category 1: $100: Q
  • 5. Rule by a few is called this. Category 1: $200: A
  • 6. What is Oligarchy? Category 1: $200: Q
  • 7. Government for the people and by the people is called this. Category 1: $300: A
  • 8. What is Democracy? Category 1: $300: Q
  • 9. In this type of government, only one person is in charge (who is NOT a King or Queen) Category 1: $400: A
  • 10. What is dictatorship? Category 1: $400: Q
  • 11. Although the King or Queen is the only person in charge, there are written laws in this type of government that limit his or her power. Category 1: $500: A
  • 12. What is constitutional monarchy? Category 1: $500: Q
  • 13. The system that establishes and enforces the laws and institutions of a society. Category 2: $100: A
  • 14. What is government? Category 2: $100: Q
  • 15. In this type of government, everyone, including all authority figures, must obey the laws. Category 2: $200: A
  • 16. What is limited government? Category 2: $200: Q
  • 17. A type of unlimited government which attempts to control all facets of the lives of citizens. Category 2: $300: A
  • 18. What is totalitarian? Category 2: $300: Q
  • 19. In this type of government, the ruler believes the right to rule was given to them by birth or God. Category 2: $400: A
  • 20. What is absolute monarchy? Category 2: $400: Q
  • 21. This is a government in which people elect representatives to manage the country and make laws. Category 2: $500: A
  • 22. What is representative democracy? Category 2: $500: Q
  • 23. A direct democracy is an example of this. Category 3: $100: A
  • 24. What is limited government? Category 3: $100: Q
  • 25. A dictatorship is an example of this. Category 3: $200: A
  • 26. What is unlimited government? Category 3: $200: Q
  • 27. An absolute monarchy is an example of this. Category 3: $300: A
  • 28. What is unlimited government? Category 3: $300: Q
  • 29. This document contains the freedoms of the people in the United States, and also places limits on the government. Category 3: $400: A
  • 30. What is the Constitution? Category 3: $400: Q
  • 31. In a democracy, this civic duty gives citizens of a country the power to influence and limit the government. Category 3: $500: A
  • 32. What is voting? Category 3: $500: Q
  • 33. In the United States, citizens elect Senators and Congressman, who represent their views in Congress. Category 4: $100: A
  • 34. What is a representative democracy? Category 4: $100: Q
  • 35. Nazi Germany under Adolf Hitler, who tried to gain total control of the lives of people, was this type of government. Category 4: $200: A
  • 36. What is totalitarianism? Category 4: $200: Q
  • 37. Saddam Hussein would be considered this type of ruler, during his rule of Iraq before he was stripped of power. Category 4: $300: A
  • 38. What is a dictator? Category 4: $300: Q
  • 39. King Louis XIV of France used to say, “L’etat c’est moi.”, which means “I am the state.” His rule is a classic example of this type of government. Category 4: $400: A
  • 40. What is absolute monarchy? Category 4: $400: Q
  • 41. An example of this type of government would be South Africa, when a small percentage of people who were English speaking and white ruled over the native people. Category 4: $500: A
  • 42. What is an oligarchy? Category 4: $500: Q

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