Preview: KL I think it depends on what rules and where they apply to. I think the student body should make some reasonable rules and have the principal look them over and if he likes them there ok but if not we get to explain why that should or should not be a rule. But also teachers should be able to make some rules for their own classroom. Section 2: KL on paper Section 3: KL Term Definition Pros Cons Monarchy A form of government with a monarch at the head. I t does not incur election expenses, there is balance in governance. There is only one person, family or body in control of a country. Dictatorship A government by a dictator. Stability, progress, low crime rates, efficiency, economic benefits. Too much power, abuse of power, inequality, mass killings, and unsustainability. Theocracy A system of government in which priests rule in the name of God or a god. Operates efficiently, law enforcement efforts are streamlined, has higher societal compliance. Minority groups are not often tolerated, it is a governmental structure which encourages discord, businesses can operate only if they follow the same religious principles. Single-party state A type of state in which one political party has the right to form the government, usually based on the existing constitution. The party elite nominate candidates for public office and make most policy decisions for the country. The views of the party elite may be very different from the interests of the people as a whole, leading to social unrest, and people with differing political views or solutions to problems are often completely shut out of the political process.
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- Fall '16
- Craig Zupi
- Government, Economic system, Presidential system, Form of government, Forms of government