That's debatable. What does your book say?
Im online school so there isn't a book. My little excerpt said Herodotus, but on my homework I got it wrong. It said on my quiz I just took (and failed) it was Aristotle, so I am not sure at all.
Online schools often have books -- or refer students to appropriate websites.
Why would anyone take a class that doesn't teach the material???
It has some direct instructions which are lectures, but some of the teachers say stuff like " Oh yeah, the city of Medina is important. I forgot why, though." That is something that my world geo instructor says. I don't understand it.
And I'm not really old enough to pick my school, so I just do online school. It saves gas with the ridiculous gas prices. My dad would have to go aacross town from where we live, drop my sister off, go to the other side of town to drop me off, then bakc to my sisters side of town for work. I have no choice.
The answer is Aristotle because his views on government (he said the government should be mixed) are the exact same as America's government today.
If you take e2020 classes then there's a lecture and in it the it says Aristotle is.
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