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Why did early groups of people form governments? A. to help them survive B. to preserve democracy C. to provide leadership opportunities D. to encourage the arts
C. to provide leadership opportunities
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User: Why did early groups of people form governments? A. to help them survive B. to preserve democracy C. to provide leadership opportunities D. to encourage the arts

Weegy: C. to provide leadership opportunities
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User: Which type of city government was first formed when Galveston, Texas, was devastated by a hurricane?





Weegy: Galveston had a mayor with city council form. During the emergency, it was non partisan. But non partisan is not of form of government, but rather how everyone is elected. In a non patrician form, there are no party primaries. [ They have the election, the top two vote getter's have a run off election. ]
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