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Unformatted text preview: 1.2.2 Quiz: How Governments Function Read this passage: A government holds strict religious control over a country. The country's laws are based on its leaders' interpretation of religious texts, and the government uses a violent police force to end protests. Though many citizens dislike the current leaders, they generally recognize that they have a right to govern according to the rules of their religion. Which statement best describes the group in the passage? A. It has neither power nor authority. B. It has power but not authority. C. It has authority but not power. VO D. It has both power and authority. PREVIOUS CONTINUE - Ci W FA F7 F10 &...
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