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anonymous
  • anonymous
If people believe that separation of powers is important, which of the following would not be a government they support? a government where responsibility is divided between groups of people a government where a single ruler, like a king, makes all the decisions a government with legislative, executive, and judicial branches a government where no one group of people has all the control
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Elsa213
CherokeeGutierrez
  • CherokeeGutierrez
The second one

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CherokeeGutierrez
  • CherokeeGutierrez
a government with a single ruler like a king makes all the decisions.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@CherokeeGutierrez are you good at history?
CherokeeGutierrez
  • CherokeeGutierrez
yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
civics?
CherokeeGutierrez
  • CherokeeGutierrez
yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
John Locke believed that if government does not protect natural rights, then citizens know that the government is working because they have safety it breaks the social contract and people can create a new government citizens should combine the parts of government into a single branch it must have a good reason for doing so and citizens should not complain
CherokeeGutierrez
  • CherokeeGutierrez
the second one
anonymous
  • anonymous
just say a b c or d... lol
CherokeeGutierrez
  • CherokeeGutierrez
-_- b
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following ideas is about dividing government into legislative, judicial, and executive branches? Separation of powers Social contract Natural rights Will of the majority
CherokeeGutierrez
  • CherokeeGutierrez
A
anonymous
  • anonymous
If people believe that separation of powers is important, which of the following would not be a government they support? a government where responsibility is divided between groups of people a government where a single ruler, like a king, makes all the decisions a government with legislative, executive, and judicial branches a government where no one group of people has all the control
CherokeeGutierrez
  • CherokeeGutierrez
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following ideas did both Thomas Hobbes and John Locke write about? Social contract Natural law Declaration of independence Separation of powers
CherokeeGutierrez
  • CherokeeGutierrez
give me a medal
CherokeeGutierrez
  • CherokeeGutierrez
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
isnt it A
anonymous
  • anonymous
Imagine your local police arrest a person suspected of robbing many homes and stores. This is an example of how government abuses the power citizens give to it makes laws through representatives fulfills its promise in the social contract operates by the rule of direct democracy
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait i knw that one.. its c! okay last question.. Read the quote. Then answer the question that follows. "Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one; for when we suffer or are exposed to the same miseries by a government, which we might expect in a country without government, our calamity is heightened by reflecting that we furnish the means by which we suffer."—Thomas Paine Which of the following Enlightenment ideas does Thomas Paine reflect in the phrase “furnish the means?” Separation of powers, because the means of government are the responsibilities of each part. Limited government, because creating a limited government would only cause suffering. Social contract, because people can agree to a bad government as easily as to a good one. Natural law, because leaving a people to a state of nature would cause suffering.

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