Types of Governments

Types of Governments - Types of Governments Through history...

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Types of Governments Through history we have seen different types of governments that have imposed their different ideologies. The majority of these governments have helped or caused problems to different countries. There are 3 types of governments, which are the Republic, Totalitarianism, and Socialism. Choosing which government is the most adequate one for a country and its people has been a great issue of discussion, which has lead to wars or political problems. The Republic is the most used type of government nowadays. It is a form of government in which the people elect their different leaders to govern for a certain period of time. These leaders are expected to represent the interest of the citizens in the government, if the citizens think the leader is representing their interest they may be reelected for other period of time. One example of a republic form of government could be the United States. The United states is a country that does not practice direct democracy but has a government indirectly controlled by people, a representative democracy. In Latin American most countries such as Honduras,
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2010 for the course MUSIC APPR 894885838 taught by Professor Kimberlyhousser during the Fall '10 term at LSU.

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