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What are the two types of democracies? a. representative and sharing c. indirect and sharing b. direct and representative d. direct and sharing
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User: What are the two types of democracies? a. representative and sharing c. indirect and sharing b. direct and representative d. direct and sharing

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User: Any system of government in which rule is by the people is called a. an autocracy. c. a monarchy. b. a democracy. d. an oligarchy.

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Any system of government in which rule is by the people is called a democracy.
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