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Unformatted text preview: Review for EXAM: 30 multiple choice 15 t rue/false Major differences between Parliamentary and Presidential: Presidential - Voters elect president in Presidential (Stable) Checks and balances makes President compete for power Presidency is more stable, impeachment is very rare Parliamentary – President chosen out of dominant party in Congress (Faster) Sits in Parliament – less arguments and legislation moves faster President can be kicked out with vote of no confidence Types of structural governmental types: Unitary – 1 main, centralized France, Japan, Britain Federal – US, Germany, Russia Confederal – United Nations Labels of gov’ts Oligarchy is aristocracy gone bad Plutocracy – Gov’t of rich Gerontocracy – Gov’t of older leaders Political philosophers: Locke – Declaration of Independence Montesquieu – 3 Branches of Gov’t: executive, legislative, judicial Hobbes – Best gov’t is best king Alexis de Toqueville - Rousseau – Social contract, give up some of your rights to gov’t in exchange for protection Voltaire – Study levels of analysis Political culture: People believe the gov’t is legitimate and has a right to rule...
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