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2.a form of government in which the supreme political power resides in the electorate, and administration is exercised by representatives who are responsible to the people
7.in natural rights philosophy, a system restricted to protecting natural rights and that does not interfere with other aspects of life (2 Words)
9.a set of customs, traditions, rules, and laws that sets forth the way a government is organized and operated
10.protection against arbitrary deprivation of life, liberty, or property (4 Words)
13.the distribution and balancing of power among different branches of government so that no one branch is able to dominate the others (3 Words)
15.a form of government in which one person or party exercises absolute control over all aspects of life and in which no opposition is allowed
19.an economic system in which the means of producing and distributing goods are privately owned and operated for profit in a competitive market
20.a claim to have or obtain something or to act in a way that is justified on legal or moral grounds
21.the British legislature, which consists of two houses; the House of Lords, representing the nobility, and the House of Commons, representing the people
1.the agreement among all people in a society to give up part of their freedom to a government in return for the protection of their natural rights by that government (2 Words)
3.the dedication of citizens to the common good, even at the cost of their individual interests (2 Words)
4.the body of political practices developed through customs and traditions (2 Words)
5.16th century religious movement aimed at reforming all Roman Catholic church and resulting in the establishment of Protestant churches
6.beliefs and practices which have their historical roots in Judaism and Christianity
8.fundamental rights belonging to every member of society (2 Words)
11.fundamental rights of the people that may not be taken away (2 Words)
12.the great revival of art, literature, and learning in Europe during the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries, based on classical sources
14.assumes that human beings had rights in a "state of nature" and create government in order to protect those rights (2 Words)
16.a period during which the political, economic, and military structure was characterized by feudalism (2 Words)
17.a form of government in which political control is exercised by all the people, either directly or through their elected representatives
18.a moral or religious principle that is believed or overrule secular constitutions and laws (2 Words)

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