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Q: The rule of law is a key democratic principle. What is the rule of law? A. the idea that all laws should come directly from the people B. the rules that all lawmakers must follow when creating new
laws C. the idea that the law applies to everyone and no one is above the law D. the idea that all laws are created with the intent to preserve democracy
A: C. the idea that the law applies to everyone and no one is above the law is the rule of law
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User: The rule of law is a key democratic principle. What is the rule of law? A. the idea that all laws should come directly from the people B. the rules that all lawmakers must follow when creating new laws C. the idea that the law applies to everyone and no one is above the law D. the idea that all laws are created with the intent to preserve democracy

Weegy: C. the idea that the law applies to everyone and no one is above the law is the rule of law
MrG|Points 4343|

User: _________ was not a successor to William the Conqueror. a. Simon de Montfort c. Henry I b. King John d. Henry II

Weegy: Who was not a successor to William the conqueror? D. Henry II
mpaul123|Points 290|

User: Thomas Hobbes believed that citizens must __________ in exchange for order. give up some of their liberties demand to receive all their rights remove absolute monarchies rebel against the government

Weegy: B.demand to receive all their rights
rexellene|Points 40|

User: The town meeting is practiced by several small towns in the United States. In a town meeting, any voting citizen may vote on new laws. This form of democracy is called a __________. A. direct democracy B. intense democracy C. immediate democracy D. representative democracy

User: During the Restoration, Parliament retained power over which of the following government responsibilities? a. Taxation c. Religious authority b. Lawmaking d. Both A and B

Weegy: During the Restoration, Parliament retained power over which of the following government responsibilities? d. Both A and B
Juansalsal|Points 90|

User: Traveling poets were most influential in the spread of information a. during the Homeric age. c. while serving the aristocrats. b. during the rise of city-states. d. in Sparta.

Weegy: Traveling poets were most influential in the spread of information during the Homeric age. answer (a)
FedelisMVP|Points 226|

User: Aristocracies controlled a. the Olympics. c. the military. b. the economy. d. both b and c.

Weegy: D. Both B and C
chopsuey|Points 72|

User: The Iliad tells the story of the a. fall of Mycenaean civilization. c. Greek gods. b. life of Odysseus. d. Trojan War.

User: The Glorious Revolution took place in response to the __________. a. actions of James II c. Articles of Union b. English Bill of Rights d. monarchy of Charles I

User: Which of the following is not true? a. The Magna Carta outlines the rights of ordinary people. b. The Magna Carta states that the King must follow the same laws as all other citizens. c. The Magna Carta abolished feudalism in England. d. The Magna Carta established and gave power to the Great Council. e. The Magna Carta became the cornerstone of constitutional government.

Weegy: b. The Magna Carta states that the King must follow the same laws as all other citizens.
armorspine|Points 85|

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