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What is total number of live births per year per 1000 people is known as

Birth rate.

Power recognized as legitimate

Authority

What is power

Control over the actions of others

What is the control over the actions of others

no

Is economic growth more important than economic equality

yes. Equality is only possible when everybody is equally poor.

As long as you reward people for their effort, some will choose to put in less effort than others, and earn less as the result.

What happens under a democratic system that does not happen under a representative democratic system

A. There is full citizen participation in government power.

B. An assembly of all citizens holds sovereignty.

What was the first form of democracy called

Direct democracy

The average number of children women have in their lifetimes is called the

The total fertility rate is the average number of children women have in their lifetimes.

Power and legitimacy existing together in a state is defined as

authority

Any two countries which have democracy
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What Sovereignty is exercised by an assembly of all of the citizens

Sovereignty being exercised by an assembly of all of the citizens is an example of direct democracy. It could also be referred to as pure democracy.

Wealthy property owners who exploit the working class

Bourgeoisie (apex)

Democracy where executive branch members are chosen from legislative branch

Presidential republic

Parties are voted for rather than individual candidates

Proportional voting system

When right to rule is recognized

legitimate

Maintaining absolute control over the lives of the people

fear

Former colonies governing themselves

Decolonization

Which elected office is part of the executive branch

The head of the executive branch is elected. He is the president.

Executive branch is elected separate of other officeholders

Presidential republic

What is the most common political unit in our world today

Sovereign nation-states

What was Joseph Stalin's inspiration for communism

The book Mein Kamph written by Karl Marx.

What level of government controls social security

Federal

What is claiming to be the only group capable of doing right

Claiming to be the only group capable of doing right is known as an ideology.

What is the goal the non-governmental organizations seek

There are many different non-governmental organizations (NGOs) with a variety of goals.

How well do you know the language of Communism Match the definition in column 1 with the term in column 2.

Marxismn: Theory and practice derived from the writings of karl marx

The Communist Manifesto: book written by Karl Marx

Bourgeoisie: Wealthy property owners who exploit the working class

Socialism: Government- controlled social and economic equality and cooperation

Which of these are characteristics of scientific law Check all that apply.

This cannot be answered if you do not provide a list of characteristics.

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