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  1. Political systems and historical world leaders • Match the name of the political system to its best definition. • A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them • A leftist political ideology that emphasizes the principle of equality and usually prescribes a large role for government to intervene in society and the economy via taxation, regulation, redistribution, and public ownership. • An economic or political system based on the sharing of all work and property by the whole community. • A type of government in which political power is exercised by a single ruler under the claim of divine or hereditary right. • A totalitarian political system led by a single dictator who allows no opposition, promoting an aggressive nationalism and often racism. • The theory that history has been characterized by a struggle between the working classes and their masters, the middle-class capitalists. The outcome of struggle is to be an uprising of the oppressed and the overthrow of capitalism. Democratic Socalism Fascism Monarchy Communism Marxism Democracy

  2. Political systems and historical world leaders • Match the name of the political system to its best definition. • A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them • A leftist political ideology that emphasizes the principle of equality and usually prescribes a large role for government to intervene in society and the economy via taxation, regulation, redistribution, and public ownership. • An economic or political system based on the sharing of all work and property by the whole community. • A type of government in which political power is exercised by a single ruler under the claim of divine or hereditary right. • A totalitarian political system led by a single dictator who allows no opposition, promoting an aggressive nationalism and often racism. • The theory that history has been characterized by a struggle between the working classes and their masters, the middle-class capitalists. The outcome of struggle is to be an uprising of the oppressed and the overthrow of capitalism. Democratic Socalism Fascism Monarchy Communism Marxism Democracy