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Should the united states be a demoracy or monarchy? 7th grade

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    The United Kingdom (Great Britain) is a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary democracy.

    The United States is a democracy.

    Is this question one that was asked in the 1700s?

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    what events marked the beginning and the end of the Roman Repuublic

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