How was Athenian direct democracy different than American representative democracy? Select all that apply. A. Athenian direct democracy allowed all women to participate and American representative democracy does not. B. Athenian direct democracy allowed all free male citizens to make

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  1. social studies

    In which of the following industries are the majority of jobs in the United States and Canada found? 1. A. service------- B. education C. healthcare D. tourism 2. Which role does the government play in the economies of the United States and Canada? A. The

  2. Social Studies

    How was Athenian direct democracy different than American representative democracy? Select all that apply. A. Athenian direct democracy allowed all women to participate and American representative democracy does not.***** B. Athenian direct democracy

  3. Social studies

    Which of the following best describes the difference between direct democracy and representative democracy? A. In a direct democracy, the people make laws. In a representative democracy, they do not. B. In a representative democracy, the people make the

  4. Civics

    Which are true statements about direct democracy? Select all that apply. (2 points) A. It can happen at the federal level. B. It can happen at the state level. ** C. It can remove an elected official from office. D. It can only happen through the

  5. Social STUDIES

    Direct democracy- all qualified citizens are free to participate in the decision making process Representative democracy- legislators elected by the people in free and open elections debate and vote on public issues to determine the laws Aristocracy- a

  6. Civics

    Democracy does not guarantee equality of conditions-it only guarantees equality of opportunity."-Irving Kristol What did the author mean by this statement? Everyone is equal in a democracy. Socialism is better than a democracy. In a democracy, everyone has

  7. social studies

    Which of the following best describes the difference between direct democracy and representative democracy? A. In a direct democracy, the people make laws. In a representative democracy, they do not. B. In a representative democracy, the people make the

  8. social studies

    Which of the following best describes the difference between direct democracy and representative democracy? A. In a direct democracy, the people make laws. In a representative democracy, they do not. B. In a representative democracy, the people make the

  9. World History

    What was the cause of the peloponnesian war? A. Greeks sought revenge for the persian wars. B. Sparta wanted control of the powerful athenian army. C. A spartan murdered the athenian ruler pericles. D. Many greeks outside of athens resented athenian

  10. Social Studies

    1. How were the Greeks able to defeat the Persians? A. The Persian army and navy were too weak to win. B. The Spartans fought alone without the help of Athens. C. Sparta and Athens came together to defeat the Persians. D. Athens fought alone without the

  11. Social Studdies

    Which features of the Roman government limited individual power? Select all that apply. A. The Senate was the most powerful branch of government. B. The assemblies were a form of direct democracy. C. The two consuls could veto each other's actions. D.

  12. history/english

    Read the excerpt from President Jimmy Carter’s speech “Energy and the National Goals—A Crisis of Confidence.” But after listening to the American people, I have been reminded again that all the legislation in the world can’t fix what’s wrong

  13. Social studies

    How was Athenian direct democracy different than American representative democracy? Select all that apply. A. Athenian direct democracy allowed all women to participate and American representative democracy does not. B. Athenian direct democracy allowed

  14. social studies

    Which of the following best describes the difference between direct democracy and representative democracy? A. In a direct democracy, the people make laws. In a representative democracy, they do not. B. In a representative democracy, the people make the

  15. History

    How might Athenian democracy be considered the root of modern democratic governments?

  16. Civics

    13. Under the reign of Louis XIV, the government in France was a/an A. absolute monarchy. B. representative democracy. C. dictatorship. D. direct democracy. A?

  17. World History

    How and in what ways did Athens’ growing dependence on its navy in the years following the Persian Wars lead to radical changes to the Athenian democracy?

  18. Civics

    In which type of government would people elect officials to make government decisions? Monarchy Direct Democracy Representative Democracy*** Autocracy

  19. social studies

    Which describes the origins of democracy? A. Democracy was first used in ancient Greece. B. Democracy was first used by the royalty in France. C. Democracy was first used in modern-day England. D. Democracy was first used by leaders in Germany. Use the

  20. Civics

    Which of the following best describes a disadvantage of a representative democracy compared to a direct democracy? Elections are unnecessary because birth and political party determine the officials. Elected officials may not always act in the best

  21. American Government

    What are the characteristics of American democracy? How does American democracy differ from the theory of democratic government?

  22. Social Studies

    1. In which of the following industries are the majority of jobs in the United States and Canada found? A. Service B. Education** C. Healthcare D. Tourism 2. Which role does the government play in the economies of the United States and Canada? A. The

  23. Social Studies

    Hi! Help! Please check 1. Which of the following were the three main parts of Athenian democratic government? A) The Congress, the Council, and the Assembly B)The House of Representatives, the President, and the Assembly C)The Assembly, the Courts, and the

  24. world history

    which of the following is the difference between athenian direct democracy and american representative democracy? a. in a direct democracy, citizens elect others to represent them, and in representative democracy, citizens participate directly. b. in a

  25. History

    Hello, May help me! Drag and drop the groups of people to the appropriate box. women poor males wealthy foreigners slaves farmers The boxes to put them in: Excluded from Athenian Democracy Included in Athenian Democracy

  26. World history; Check:P

    What contributions did Solon and Cleisthenes make to the development of Athenian democracy?Solon let all Athenian citizens participate in the Assembly and Cleisthenes created the Council of Five Hundred. What steps did Pericles take to strengthen democracy

  27. World History

    Who was Pericles, and what role did he play in the process of changing Athenian democracy?

  28. Social Studies

    Select the boxes in the table to show which type of government each modern country has. communist autocracy parliamentary democracy presidential democracy semi-presidential democracy Japan North Korea South Korea Taiwan My answers: (Japan: parliamentary

  29. social studies

    Drag and drop features to match each type of government. autocracy democracy One individual or group controls government. autocracy Citizens vote for representatives and leaders in free elections. democracy Laws protect civil rights. democracy Government

  30. ap goverment

    what is a basic tenet of representative democracy

  31. SS- I think this got deleted

    In Nigeria, the President is elected by popular vote, and is the head of state, head of government, and the leader of the Executive branch of government. In South Africa, the President is elected by the Parliament, and is the head of state and the head of

  32. Social Studies

    I'm really stuck on this please help! Select all that apply for the next 2 questions. 1. Excluded from Athenian Democracy A. Women B. Poor males C. Slaves D. Farmers 2. Included in Athenian Democracy A. Women B. Poor males C. Slaves D. Farmers Then I have

  33. history

    Which of the following is the difference between Athenian direct democracy and American representative democracy? A. In a direct democracy, citizens elect others to represent them, and in representative democracy, citizens participate directly. B. In a

  34. social studies

    Which of the following best describes the difference between direct democracy and representative democracy? A. In a direct democracy, the people make laws. In a representative democracy, they do not. B. In a representative democracy, the people make the

  35. social studies

    can you please compare and contrast ; direct democracy and representative democracy?

  36. cicics

    Analyze the benefits and the drawbacks of direct democracy. Compare it to a representative democracy. Which form serves the interests of the public in different situations? Give examples

  37. civics

    How is the direct democracy similar to a representative democracy ? A. both types of government are run by a communist party. B.Both types of democracy give power to the elected representative. c.Both types of democracy give power to the elected

  38. History

    I've been looking for the answers to questions on my study guide for a test I will have for a couple hours and I got a lot of them. However, there are some that I still have a hard time finding. Here are the questions. If I can be told even some of these,

  39. United States Government

    The United States has this form of government. *representative democracy *monarchy *direct democracy *constitutional republic I think it may be D since a constitutional republic had a government with limited power where the people are the main government

  40. government-pos110

    The political system in which those who have governmental authority get and retain authority directly or indirectly because of winning free elections is called: A.a republic. B.an authoritarian system. C.a direct democracy. D.a representative democracy. D?

  41. geography

    How did the Athenian democracy keep one person from gaining to much power? I say it's because all of the citizens rule the civilization not allowing any person to overthrow one making it difficult for them to overthrow many.

  42. world history

    What was the cause of the peloponnesian war ? A.greeks sought revenge for the persian wars B.Sparta wanted control of the powerful athenian army C.A spartan murdered the athernian ruler pericles D.Many grees outside of athens resented athenian domination.

  43. history

    the army overthrows the civilian government in the nations capital. the chief of the army staff takes control of national policy-making suspending the free press and the elected assembly. the type of political system now in control is a? 1)direct democracy

  44. government

    What does it mean when a question is asking about the fundamental elements of American democracy. I am to pick an element of American democracy that I would like to change and why but I am confused as to exactly what it is talking about. Could someone give

  45. Social Studies

    In ancient Athens(Greece) tribes and generals took turns at power. this is an example of what type of political system? a) dicatatorship b) monarchy c) oligarchy d) pure democracy e) representative democracy

  46. sentence

    The United States is not a democracy, it is a Republic. The United States is a democracy because the people elect its leaders. democracy Can someone help me understand how to use this word in a sentence? Correction of the run-on (comma splice): ...

  47. English

    Read the excerpt from President Woodrow Wilson’s speech “The Meaning of Liberty.” What other great people has devoted itself to this exalted ideal? To what other nation in the world can all eyes look for an instant sympathy that thrills the whole

  48. social studies

    Define democracy and address the following in 200 to 300 words: What does American democracy mean to you as an individual? What are some of the criticisms of this style of government?

  49. SS

    1. What was the Peloponnesian war? A. a conflict between Greece and Persia B. a conflict between Athens and Sparta C. a conflict between Greece and Macedonia*** D. a conflict between Macedonia and Athens 2. What is the name for a government ruled by a

  50. Government/Economics Check

    Out of 48 questions I struggled with these. Could someone please check? These are multiple choice questions, so if I'm incorrect I can re evaluate my other choices. 1.) A system of social control under which a particular group has the power to make and

  51. world history

    What parallels, or differences, can you identify between Athenian expansionism in the age of the Peloponnesian War and the contemporary career of the American republic

  52. Social Studies: Please check my answers.

    1. What was the Peloponnesian War? (1 point) a conflict between Greece and Persia

  53. American Govt

    What are the four trends in the modern American political economy? Identify each and use evidence from the course to provide proof of each trend in practice. Then discuss the pros and cons of each trend. Are they healthy or unhealthy developments for the

  54. American Government

    What are the implications for judicial review on American Democracy? Should any branch of government be able to review the actions and legislation of the others? Is this good for democracy or does it concentrate too much power in one branch???

  55. POS110

    What are the implications for judicial review on American democracy? Should any branch of government be able to review the actions and legislation of the others? Is this good for democracy or does it concentrate too much power in one branch?

  56. Political Science

    What are the implications for judicial review on American democracy? Should any branch of government be able to review the actions and legislation of the others? Is this good for democracy or does it concentrate too much power in one branch?

  57. history

    How did Jeffersonian Democracy hope to remove obstacles to upward social mobility? How is it different from Jacksonian Democracy? Jeffersonian Democracy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeffersonian_democracy and

  58. Social Studies

    Which of the following did the Greeks adopt from the Phoenicians? Select all that apply. A. idea of democracy B. writing system C. weights and measures D. iron weapons E. architecture I think B and E.

  59. Social Studies

    Monitor the strength of democracy in the eight countries of South Asia by looking at the fairness of most recent elections, the existence of a free press, the strength of the judiciary, and the depth of involvement of the nations’ citizens. Explain which

  60. SS

    How was life in Sparta different from life in Athens? Choose the TWO correct answers. A Spartans feared change, while Athenians valued new ideas. B Athens relied on conquest and slavery to obtain food, while Sparta relied on trade. C Spartan women stayed

  61. Government/Economics

    Which of the following statements is incorrect? a.)Early representative parliaments were elected by the people. b.)The development of representative parliaments helped establish the principle of consent of the governed. c.)Representation is a crucial

  62. Social Sudies please help

    In South Africa, the President is elected by members of the National Assembly who are elected by the citizens. This means that South Africa has WHICH type of government? A) unitary system Eliminate B) direct democracy C) confederal system D) parliamentary

  63. Government

    Which of the following statements is incorrect? 1.)Early representative parliaments were elected by the people. 2.)Representation is a crucial element of democracy in large polities. 3.)The development of representative parliaments helped establish the

  64. History

    a representative democracy is a form of government in which?

  65. ss

    In Nigeria, the President is elected by popular vote, and is the head of state, head of government, and the leader of the Executive branch of government. In South Africa, the President is elected by the Parliament, and is the head of state and the head of

  66. us history

    In what ways did democracy create a new political culture? How did democracy impact social change?

  67. Social Studies

    What is the difference between Athenian direct democracy and American representative democracy?

  68. world history

    Anthien democracy was marked by an emphasis on _________ Do you mean ANTHIEN, a town in France, or ATHENIAN, pertaining to the capital of Greece? Please clarify. I am assuming that you mean "Athenian." Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched

  69. U.S. Government

    The Farmers called our government a republic instead of a democracy because they wanted to be clear that they were creating a representative constitutional democracy and not a direct democracy. If the Framers were alive today? 1. What do you think they

  70. Government

    The Farmers called our government a republic instead of a democracy because they wanted to be clear that they were creating a representative constitutional democracy and not a direct democracy. If the Framers were alive today? 1. What do you think they

  71. Government

    *= my answer 1. _____ is closely related to _____. a.)Absolutism,constitutional monarchy b.)Revolution, figurehead c.)Socialism, communism *d.)Authoritarianism, democracy 2. Popular sovereignty is _____. a.)the idea that the people are the ultimate source

  72. history

    the political system in which the citizens are likely to have the most immediate influence on their government is a? 1)direct democracy 2)representative democracy 3)aristocracy 4)constitutional monarchy 5)dictatorship

  73. Civics

    Analyze the benefits and the drawbacks of direct democracy. Compare it to a representative democracy. Which form serves the interests of the public in different situations? Give examples.

  74. Civics

    Would it be possible to have a social direct democracy? -No, in a socialist society only a few high-ranking member of the communist party have political power. -No, a direct democracy requires a free market economy which is not socialist. -Yes, if everyone

  75. Government Check

    Which of the following is NOT a reason why the Framers opposed direct democracy? =a.)They thought direct democracy is impractical in large countries like the United States. b.)They did not believe in consent of the governed. c.)They did not trust the

  76. history

    Would it be possible to have a socialist direct democracy? No, in a socialist society only a few high-ranking members of the communist party have political power. No, a direct democracy requires a free market economy which is not socialist. Yes, if

  77. civics

    Would it be possible to have a socialist direct democracy? (3 points) A. No, in a socialist society only a few high-ranking members of the communist party have political power. B. No, a direct democracy requires a free market economy which is not

  78. social studies

    which of the following is closest to the Athenian form of democracy? 1.new england town meeting 2.the house of representatives 3.Virginia house of burgesses 4. the electoral college pls help ms.sue

  79. World History

    What was the cause of the peloponnesian war ? A. Greeks sought revenge for the persian wars B. Sparta wanted control of the powerful athenian army C. A spartan murdered the athenian ruler pericles D. Many Greeks outside of athens resented athenian

  80. s.s

    what kind of government does canada have? A) absolute monarchy B) communist C) representative democracy D) parliamentary democracy

  81. Social studies

    What is the difference between a direct and a representative democracy(or indirect)

  82. world history

    What was the cause of the peloponnesian War ? A.Greeks sought revenge for the Persian Wars. B.Sparta wanted control of the powerful Ahenian army. C.A spartan murdered the Athenian ruler Pericles. D.Many Greeks outside of Athens resented Athenian domination

  83. Social Studies

    The president of the United States is elected by the electoral college. What type of system is this? a) dicatatorship b) monarchy c) oligarchy d) pure democracy e) representative democracy

  84. Government

    As of the date of ratification, the U.S. Constitution established: A. representative democracy and limited government. B. representative democracy, universal suffrage, and limited government. C. limited government. D. representative democracy. E. universal

  85. history

    Ancient Greece had what is known as a direct democracy. Which of the following best describes a direct democracy?

  86. American Gov

    The Framers’ concerns about direct democracy are well illustrated by the fact that the U.S. Constitution does not feature the word “democracy” at all. T or F

  87. World History

    What was the cause of the peloponnesian war? A. Greeks sought revenge for the persian wars B. Sparta wanted control of the powerful athneian army C. Many greeks outside of athens resented athenian domination I got B. Around 700 B.C Athenians became unhappy

  88. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Which earlier civilizations practiced direct democracy? A: The ancient Athens practiced direct democracy.

  89. college

    in athens, during its golden age (from 460 to 404) it had the kind of government that we call: a.)indirect democracy,B)western monarchy,C)direct democracy,D.)eastern style republic

  90. civics

    what was the major difference between Greek and Roman democracy? A The Romans elected people to run their govt B The Greeks had everyone who was eligible participate in govt decisions C Roman democracy included everyone while Greek democracy included only

  91. Ancient History

    1)How did Sparta treat the Messenians? 2)What type of society did Sparta create in response to the revolt? 3)How did Athenian avoid major political Upheavels? 4)What economic and political reforms did Solon initiate? 5)What steps did Cleisthenes take to

  92. please revise

    Evidence clearly demonstrates Latin America’s transition to democracy. Though unstable, it’s long democratic history reveals progression from oligarchy, to semi-democracy, to an electoral democracy. Thus, with these three cycles of democratization

  93. socials

    are the symbols of democracy important? yes, because the basic principle of democracy is freedom, the citizens can only have a share of freedom in democracy. i need halp

  94. college-history

    What parallels, or differences, can you identify between Athenian expansionism in the age of the Peloponnesian War and the contemporary career of the American republic?

  95. Social Studies

    Match the country with the system of government. Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan Communist Autocracy, Parliamentary Democracy, Presidential Democracy, Semi-Presidential Democracy

  96. Social Studies

    1. What was the Peloponnesian War? (1point) A. a conflict between Greece and Persia. B. a conflict between Athens and Sparta. C. a conflict between Greece and Macedonia. D. a conflict between Macedonia and Athens. 2. What is the name of the for a

  97. Social Studies

    1. The United States fought in World War II to defeat dictators and preserve democracy. In this fight to defend democracy, however, the United States denied democracy to some of its own citizens. Describe how it happened and who was denied rights.

  98. history

    What makes Georgia a representative democracy?

  99. social studies (again)

    Jean-Jacques Rousseau: In his book The Social Contract, Rousseau comes up with his theories on government. He believed in what he called “a state of nature” in which people are purely instinctual and harmful, so he says people made a contract with the

  100. SS

    Which phrase best describes the shift in power in Iraq since independence? A:From Democracy to Monarchy B:From Dictatorship to Monarchy C:From Democracy to Dictatorship D:From Monarchy to Democracy I think it is B or C. Thank you for your help

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