The United States government is modeled on which of the following ancient governments? A)Australia and Rome B)Rome and Greece C)Egypt and England D)Greece and Egypt

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The United States government is modeled on which of the following ancient governments? A)Australia and Rome B)Rome and Greece C)Egypt and England D)Greece and Egypt

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I think B
I know it's hard. I would think B or D. I'm not 100% positive though.
I have some other questions if you could help me with those too.

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1970s
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Which of the following ancient principles is not present in the United States political process today? A)Civic participation B)Limited citizenship C)Republic D)Elected officials
B
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And my other question is:
Citizens can write letters, vote, and speak with elected officials. These actions are considered: A)government regulation B)superfund legislation C)republican acts D)civic participation
B D
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C
It's grading...
The last one is C.
I got a 60 :P
you passed :)
2 and 5 were incorrect but a 60% is good enough :D
Tru but better luck next time
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my eyes xD
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yes, due to this.... :( http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct
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