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Match the following types of government with Aristotle's definition of them. 1. one leader works for the good of the people 2. one leader works for his own benefit 3. a few working for the good of the people 4. a few working for their own benefit 5. the rule of many for the benefit of all 6. dangerous mob self rule Words: aristocracy tyranny oligarchy monarchy democracy polity

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Amanda Johnson on March 25, 2018

1. A leader works for the good of the people - MonarchyA monarchy refers to a type of government where the monarch (king or queen) has the authority as head of state. In a monarchy, the king or the queen and her family (known as the royal family), has the authority. Once the current king or queen dies, his descendants inherit typically the title of the monarch. Countries such as Thailand, the United Kingdom and Denmark are monarchies. 2. A leader works for his own benefit - TyrannyA tyranny is the hardest form of government, where a leader, who is usually harsh and cruel abuse of power when the leaders of a country. A tyranny is also known as a dictatorship. The most famous example of a tyranny government of North Korea, where the ruler, Kim Jong-un is notorious for its dictatorship. In the tyranny, the citizens are oppressed, treated harshly and denied certain rights and privileges. 3. A few work for the good of the people - AristocracyAn aristocratic government refers to one in which the higher classes of the individuals, especially those of noble blood, with hereditary titles and offices of the head of the state and to maintain the maximum power. Aristocratic governments are not commonly found in the world of today, however some of the older aristocratic governments include: The Brahmin caste (nobles, upper class) in India, the Spartiates in Sparta, etc 4. Some people work for their own benefit - OligarchyAn oligarchy government refers to one in which power and authority is in the hands of a few powerful individuals, such as: the elite class of landowners, noblemen, etc, In a government oligarchic, those in power often abuse it and use it for your own benefit, instead of the citizens. Examples of oligarchy countries include China, Venezuela and the former Soviet Union. 5. The rule of many for the benefit of all - PolityA system of government the system of government refers to one in which a large group of people united to share power and authority when running a country. A policy may include: state governments, the federal government, the empires, etc, The countries with a system of government the system of government are: Germany, Cuba, Croatia, Bhutan, etc 6. Dangerous mob self-government - democracy as a whole democracy refers to a type of government in which citizens hold the ultimate power and authority, either freely by choice and vote of the members of the government, or by a judgment. While Aristotle defines democracies as : "the dangerous mafia of self-government", this is not necessarily true, because democracies are not always dangerous or chaotic. Countries like the united States, Italy, South Korea and India are democracies.


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