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Authoritarian vs. Democratic

Comparing and contrasting authoritarian and democratic governments

Meredith Bagnell

on 10 September 2010

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Transcript of Authoritarian vs. Democratic

Authoritarian vs. Democratic Authoritarian Democracy One or a few Born into (Inherit) By Force Quick Decisions Harsh laws that one
or a few people
come up with Both are forms
of government Both have power Both have
leadership In both, decisions
are made Maintaining law and
order remain goals for both People Elections Can take time to
reach a consensus Vote for laws
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