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limited government
Weegy: In a limited government, the power of government to intervene in the exercise of civil liberties is restricted by law, usually in a written constitution. [ It is a principle of classical liberalism, free market libertarianism, and some tendencies of liberalism and conservatism in the United States. The theory of limited government contrasts, for example, with the ideal that government should intervene to promote equality and opportunity ... (More)
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Weegy: One ruler or a small group of leaders have the real power in authoritarian political systems. Authoritarian governments may hold elections and they may have contact with their citizens, but citizens do not have any voice in how they are ruled. [ ] (More)
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what is the potenetial eneergy of a 0.5 kg ball sitting on a table 1 meter above the ground?
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The Nolan Chart is a political view assessment diagram popularized by the American libertarian David Nolan. He reasoned that virtually all human political action can be divided into two general categories: economic and personal. He developed the chart to illustrate the claim that libertarianism represents both economic freedom and personal freedom.
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