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    The Need for Government In Lord of the Flies, William Golding demonstrates the deterioration of society in an island where there is no functioning government. The boys at the secluded island slowly becoming savages due to the lack of laws and regulations to guide their actions. Even though some people may argue that a government limits freedom within a society, it guarantees the safety of citizens in exchange for the limited freedom. First of all, a government protects the rights of the people.

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    Ramona Salvarez: How is your role in government different from an elected official? 1. My role in government is to overlook cases and evaluate evidence. I make sure that the facts giving are accurate and that everything is presented fairly and unbiased. Judges serve the people while we are appointed by the president rather than the people. I see the differences that you present, but what about their similarities, what makes them alike (judges and elected officials)? 2. There are many things that

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    How does learning about government and our America help you become a future guardian of the liberties of our country. In our world we talk about our government and America being better. Yet, there is more to it than just the government itself. We as citizens hold up the responsibility of being the guardians of our country’s liberties. It’s not about just being a citizen alone but, being able to realize the opportunities that we have in laws themselves. Court of law, immigrants earning their citizenship

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    In an autocracy government, power is ruled by one person and the leader has an absolute authority over politics and business sectors. If businessmen invest their money in any business, the head of the government must be satisfied, who is the autocratic leader, otherwise it would be no way to survive. Unfortunately, today some parts of the world still struggling having autocratic leaders and their people are in turmoil in terms of investing because there is not a stable government. However, some argue

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    Rome had a government that was often in flux, as different challenges were faced throughout the reign of their empire. Carthage too had many ways that the government was organized and built upon. Rome and Carthage, however, had vast differences in their style of governance as well. In the following short paragraphs, Rome and Carthage’s government differences will be discussed. First, the Roman government shared some similarities to the Carthaginian government, however, there were also many differences

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    Local government is an administrative body for a small area such as a city,town county or state.The local government will typically only have control over their specific area. The main aim of local government is to provide a system under which councils perform the functions and exercise the powers conferred by or under this Act and any other Act for the peace, order and good government of their municipal districts. The impacts of this on HG Walter will be that employees will have to pay to park

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    The people of America and their government each owe their commitment to obey certain obligations to each other. Since each component of the nation must work together in order for it to function properly, the people and those governing them each have essential duties they must obey to sustain an efficiently operating country. The “government of the people, by the people, for the people.” (Lincoln) both serves the people and is served by the people. The government is responsible for serving and representing

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    The proper role of government is one that does not take total control and instead gives control to the people. There are several things that would make a government's role a proper one. Some of these things are the economic system, the way they treat their citizens and the basic quality of life in the country. Different governments run their countries in different ways and they change how well the country runs. The proper role of government is capitalism because it gives the most freedom to the

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    similarities and differences between the colonial government and government today. When comparing them, you will find that not a lot has changed. From then to now, there has been advances and new ideas. Despite the changes or advances, certain things never advanced or got changed , some ideas were left behind. What has not changed? What has changed and what makes them different rather than similar? What was colonial government even like? The colonial government had governors. Governors had the final decision

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    One of the main ways Spartans and Canadians were similar was in their form of government. Both Spartans and Canadians had an assembly, whose members were elected by people. However, the Spartan government was usually classified as an “oligarchy”. It is a small group of people having control of the country, organization, and institution. The ancient Spartan government was ruled by two kings, who ruled until they died or were forced out of the office. Women did not participate in the political life

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