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The form of democracy we have in this country is called a. direct democracy. c. constitutional democracy. b. socialistic democracy. d. representative democracy.
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User: The form of democracy we have in this country is called a. direct democracy. c. constitutional democracy. b. socialistic democracy. d. representative democracy.





Weegy: The most appropriate answer is, C. Constitutional democracy. The form of democracy we have in this country is called constitutional democracy.
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User: Among the broad purposes of the United States government spelled out in the Preamble to the Constitution is the obligation to a. keep the executive and legislative branches of government separate. b. create an autocratic form of government. c. defend the country against Americans who oppose its policies. d. provide for justice and the people's general welfare.

Weegy: The preamble of the US Constitution does not mention the branches of government. The United States is not an autocratic government and was not intended to be one. [ The preamble ensures justice and the blessings of liberty and would not infringe on the people's right to free speech. D is correct, both are mentioned in the preamble and throughout the rest of the document. ]
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Among the broad purposes of the United States government spelled out in the Preamble to the Constitution is the obligation to: provide for justice and the people's general welfare.

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