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All of the following are classifications of government based upon how many people hold power except Federal government Autocratic government Oligarchy Monarchy
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User: All of the following are classifications of government based upon how many people hold power except Federal government Autocratic government Oligarchy Monarchy

Weegy: ... following his seizure of power ... based, balanced monarchy is stressed as the ideal form of government ... many, i.e. [ oligarchy or democracy] than on the basis of monarchy."On Kingship ]


User: Direct democracy would not work well in which of the following situations Athens, Ancient Greece New England town meetings The United States A high school class meeting





Weegy: Direct Democracy would not work well in The United States. The sheer number of citizens makes Representative Democracy more efficient. With direct democracy, the people vote on every issue.
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