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Q: Which statement about the “divine right of kings” theory is FALSE? A. Its followers viewed kings as the fathers of society. B. Its adherents believed that government was critical to the “Great
Chain of Being.” C. It held that submission to the patriarchal authority was the key to political obligation. D. Its followers believed that governments should be modeled after the ancient Greek and Roman governments
A: C. It held that submission to the patriarchal authority was the key to political obligation.statement about the ?divine right of kings? theory is FALSE
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User: Which statement about the “divine right of kings” theory is FALSE? A. Its followers viewed kings as the fathers of society. B. Its adherents believed that government was critical to the “Great Chain of Being.” C. It held that submission to the patriarchal authority was the key to political obligation. D. Its followers believed that governments should be modeled after the ancient Greek and Roman governments

Weegy: C. It held that submission to the patriarchal authority was the key to political obligation.statement about the ?divine right of kings? theory is FALSE
bibiolay17|Points 81|

User: Which statement BEST describes the purpose of the separation of powers in government? A. The separation of powers was designed to provide the greatest amount of liberty to people. B. It ensures that the president is separated from special interest groups who might try to corrupt him/her. C. The separation of powers was a promise by kings to keep nobles from taking over the liberties of the people. D. It was designed to keep the judiciary, legislative, and executive branches of government working against each other

Weegy: Which statement BEST describes the purpose of the separation of powers in government?D. It was designed to keep the judiciary, legislative, and executive branches of government working against each other.
cjabward|Points 720|

User: In The Spirit of the Laws (1748), __________ argues that any government, if it is to protect the liberty of its citizens, needs __________. A. Rousseau . . . a strong legislature B. Montesquieu . . . a separation of powers C. Locke . . . a strong monarch to serve as a father figure D. Filmer . . . a constitution in which rights are explicitly outlined

Weegy: C. Locke . . . a strong monarch to serve as a father figure
Chelnmike816|Points 107|

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