What is a difference between an authoritarian government and a democratic government? A) In authoritarian governments, the people r

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What is a difference between an authoritarian government and a democratic government?
A) In authoritarian governments, the people rule.
B) In authoritarian governments, many have power.
C) In democracies, the power of the government is limited.
D) In democracies, government officials gain power through force.

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2022-05-13T12:37:09+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. admin1993
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    2022-05-13T12:38:21+00:00

    The answer is C. Indemocracies, the power of the government is limited.

  2. Ivy
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    2022-05-13T12:38:58+00:00

    The correct answer is option C) “In democracies, the power of the government is limited”. In authoritarian governments, the power of the government is absolute while the people have no choice but to submit to the willness of the government. In democracies, the power of the government is limited as the people are the ones that chose their governors and the laws are equal to anyone.

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