Civics

The Enlightenment thinkers led the Founding Fathers to believe that

kings should have unlimited power over their subjects

people should hold their governments accountable ***

people should elect their kings

there should be term limits on kings

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  1. Right.

  2. K thanks

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  3. I agree ... mostly because the term "king" and its very concept was anathema to the founding fathers!!

  4. Thanks Ms. Sue + Writeacher

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