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Weegy: A monarchy is defined as "1. [ (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a form of government in which supreme authority is vested in a single and usually hereditary figure, such as a king, and whose powers can vary from those of an absolute despot to those of a figurehead. 2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a country reigned over by a king, prince, or other monarch." ] User: democracy Weegy: Democracy is defined as "1. Government by the people, exercised either directly or through elected representatives. 2. A political or social unit that has such a government. 3. [ The common people, considered as the primary source of political power. 4. Majority rule. 5. The principles of social equality and respect for the individual within a community." ] User: The House of Lords is more powerful than the House of Commons. True False Weegy: It is FALSE that the House of Lords is more powerful than the House of Commons. (More)
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John Milton's work which speaks of the peoples' right to select and remove rulers is titled:
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John Milton's work which speaks of the peoples' right to select and remove rulers is titled: The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates.
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The Congress can override a presidential veto with a three-fifthstwo-thirdsone-half majority vote.
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The Congress can override a presidential veto with a two-thirds majority vote.
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Most one-party systems are associated with monarchiesdemocraciesdictatorships
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Most one-party systems are associated with dictatorships.
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