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1. Which of the following governments/ideologies offers its citizens an ability to vote on laws? (1 point) democracy republic totalitarianism 2. Which of the following governments/ideologies uses propaganda to enforce its agenda? (1 point) democracy republic totalitarianism 3. Which of the following governments/ideologies has its roots in ancient Rome? (1 point) democracy republic totalitarianism
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1. a 2. c 3. b
1. Both democracy and republic can be argued, democracy is more direct though, in a republic the citizens vote for public officials to represent them. 2. Totalitarianism is what they're asking for, but in truth all governments use propaganda. :l 3.Senatus Populusque Romanus, the Senate and People of Rome, was a republic.
I'd even go as far as to argue that a totalitarian government would need less propaganda to enforce its agenda given they're not democratic.

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