What kind of democracy do the US have and why this one rather the form used by the ancient Greeks?
The US is not a democracy. We are a constitutional republic.
The ancient Greeks from a government that we know as DEMOCRACY!
The concept of democracy overall can be tracked back to the Ancient Greeks, but the particular form of democracy in Australia is a much closer reflection of British democracy at the time of Australian Independence.
Democracy, totalarianism, oligarchy, republicism, anarchism.
We have adopted a form of democracy, but it is representative democracy rather then the direct democracy they practiced.
The Greeks influenced the American democracy greatly. This is because the Greeks were the first form of a democracy.
The ancient Greeks were the first to form a democracy. America's republic is based off of this.
The Greeks started democracy as a form of government.
Did the political or social legacies of ancient Rome and Greece have a greater influence on our lives?
There are no political or social legacies form Rome. The legacy form the Greeks is the idea of democracy.
In Western society, the Ancient Greeks were the first people to formally apply democracy as a political system. The Mesopotamian, Phoenician, and Indian cultures first utilized a basic form of democracy, though.
The democracy of ancient Athens was different from the ancient Greek democracy in two important aspects: participation and eligibility. Democracy in Athens was direct.
Yes, an early form of it.
Ancient Athens had a direct democracy. We have a indirect democracy.
The Greeks are considered to be the ones to form the first democracy.
To our knowledge, the Greeks were working on a form of democracy in their country before Rome conquered them.
Democracy is a political idea of how people should conduct their government. The Greeks were the first society to practice a form of democracy.
The possessive form of the plural noun Greeks is Greeks'. example: Many elements of the ancient Greeks' culture is still in fashion today.
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Ancient Athens had a direct democracy form of government.
In Ancient Greece, a limited form of democracy began in Athens. Athens actually practiced a form of democracy for about 100 years, however, the only free citizens at that time were men.
The Ancient Greeks as a civilization learned how to write from the Phoenicians and used an altered form of the Phoenician alphabet to transcribe Ancient Greek. As for how individual Ancient Greeks learned how to write, wealthy Greeks would be apprenticed to scribes who would teach them how to read and write.
The ancient Greeks believed in gods that all had different properties, rather than one all knowing god. They basically fashioned the gods in form as themselves, with the characteristics (without faults) that they had.
First monarchy, then Oligarchy, then Tyranny, then Democracy, then Radical Democracy, then Democracy, then Oligarchy.
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Bothe Rome and Greece were polytheistic because Rome stole a lot of gods from the Greeks. Both Rome and Greece used rivers and oceans as a form of trade. Both used a democracy as their from of government.
Ancient Greece was a Monarchy, oligarchie, tyranny, then a democracy (in order).
the government was a form of democracy
A direct democracy with enforced participation
The government started out by having a few rich men lead their city-state. But later that switched to democracy. A government ruled by the people. Today in America we still use this form of government.
No, it was the other way around. The Romans borrowed from the Greeks. They modified the Greek form of democracy, they borrowed the Greeks' medical knowledge and improved on it, and they borrowed the Greek form of rhetoric. But don't get the idea that the Romans were mere "copy cats". They were unique among ancient people in their ability to absorb and in some cases improve, the positive aspects of the conquered people and put… Read More
The Greeks called this form of government a democracy.
Ancient Greeks wrote stories. So did ancient India.
The government in ancient Athens was an example of democracy. The Athenian government was the first democratic form of government recorded.
Yes it was. At least in the Americas. Democracy is an evolutionary concept of government and has its roots in Ancient Greece.
The direct democracy gave power to the people so the people supported it.
Democracy is the correct answer
A form of Democracy in which the people as a whole make direct decisions, rather than have those decisions made for them by elected representatives.
The Ancient Greeks called it Strombule`which ment- a round swelling form
Well, the Greeks loved competitions. So they made up a game called the Olympics, which modernized to the sports we have today. The Olympics were not the only competition in Ancient Greece, but the most popular.
They are not. There was only one city state in ancient Greece (Athens) that was very briefly a very limited form of democracy (only freeborn upperclass men). All other city states of ancient Greece were kingdoms or other authoritarian government systems.
The people in Ancient Greece were polytheistic, meaning the Greeks believed in more than one god.
In today's world, architecture remains. Some might say democracy, but their form of direct democracy is different to our representative democracy, and each has their serious flaws which we haven't yet learnt a solution to.
Because such form of art fit as the mirror of the society they live in.
Ancient Greece is believed to have the first democracy. The city of Athens had a form of direct democracy where all eligible voters decided the issues.
For the ancient Greeks, their beliefs were based on a rather varied source of myths passed down from generations and adjusted according to individual preference, thus creating a diverse set of religious regulations and standards. One thing that seems to stay consistence within all groups of ancient Greeks, however, is that of life after death, a small variation of which makes them rather unique in their practice of paganism. Contrary to other pagan groups, the… Read More
Athenian democracy was not perfect but it was the first know form. It consisted of ten tribes rather than the previous four.
It is thought the ancient Greeks flirted with a system that we would now call 'democracy' - but they quickly realized the error of their ways and stopped doing it. Having all the common people in charge of things was not very desirable to the elitists. So they "advanced" to a different form of government, where the common folk got to vote for whatever elitist struck their fancy.