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TYPES OF GOVERNMENT

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Transcript of TYPES OF GOVERNMENT

Government ally (Europe)
Losing religious principles (Europe)
Unwanted political involvement (U.S.A)
Limit influence (Big countries)
Affecting political decisions reaction
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TYPES OF GOVERNMENT
The feudal system
King
Now
Church Influence
Advisers
Knowledge control
Law enforcement
Power
Independence
Belief control
Excommunication threat
References
http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/middle-ages-religion.htm
http://www.dcts.org/academics/documents/RomanCatholicChurchinMedievalEurope.pdf
http://www.bl.uk/learning/histcitizen/medieval/thechurch/church.html
http://www.catholicculture.org/news/headlines/index.cfm?storyid=13591
http://www.crsd.org/cms/lib5/PA01000188/Centricity/Domain/1201/The_Church_FACT_FILE.pdf
KING CHOSEN IN OLD TIMES


Traditional way was royal blood. when a king died, the eldest son would become king.
Middle Ages
Nowadays we don't have Kings
often. In the 21st century Kings
are like presidents.
Barons
Nowadays barons are found at England specially, and other small countries. They now have different jobs, with several similarities.
Catalina Caycedo, Andrea Arango, Ana Sanz and Emilio Solarte
knights
Now there are a really big percentage of peasants in the world that are now called farm or agricultural workers.
References


http://medievaleurope.mrdonn.org/commoners.html

http://library.thinkquest.org/10949/fief/hifeudal.html
http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/daily-life-knight-middle-ages.htm
is not different from dark ages. They are chosen by the hair, or by democracy of the government.
MONARCHY BEFORE

Before, the king was the one who help and decided the laws.
before they decided all.







REFERENCES

http:\\WWW.Monarchyforkids.com
http:\\www.1066monarchy.com
www.csmonitormonarchy.com
http:\\www.royal.gov.uk.com
Peasants
monarchy today (diferences)

Nowadays the Queen and King are symbols of society.
Today they depend on the minister or president.
The similarities are the following: it runs the country, passes laws, goes to war (sometimes), collects taxes, and so forth.
Similarities
You cant vote unless your the ruler in democracy you can, is not fair in many cases of monarchy compared to democracy.
Differences
Monarchy and
Democracy
This days soldiers are the kind of knights that they had back then back then.
A monarchy is a variation of government where it is ruled usually by a king or a queen.
MONARCHY
A democracy is a form of government in which citizens have a vote in decisions that affect leaders, laws and their lives.
Democracy
Differences
& similarities
http://wiki.answers.com/Q
What_are_the_differences_between_monarchy_and_democracy,
http://www.ask.com/question/differences-between-monarchy-democracy
References
King
Barons
Knights
Peasants
How does the Church influence the government today similarly or differently to the Middle Ages?
Today
Today
or?

What are the similarities and differences between the feudal system now and then?
images
In the middle ages England used the government of Monarchy, it was ruled by kings.
what was the type of government on the middle ages?
Today
Similarities
Differences
monarchy today
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