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Ntshikeng Matooane 9W

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2.A form of government in which people choose leaders by voting. Also implies that everyone is treated equally and have equal rights in the country.
7.Intentional favouring of one side/aspect over another.
8.A person who is unfairly blamed for something that others have done.
12.A political theory that power should be vested in one ruler
13.A harsh settlement imposed by the winners(as on a defeated nation)
15.City in Northern France and suburb of Paris. Houses the Palace of Versailles which was the King's residence and seat of government for more than 100 years.
1.An unfair feeling of dislike for a person or group because of their race, sex, religion etc.
3.The name given to the German Parliament.
4.A society in which the Government has all control socially and economically.
5.A way of organising a society in which a government ruled by a dictator controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government. Also has a strong focus on military.
6.A group of people, groups, or countries who have joined together for a common goal/purpose.
9.To unite or form a connection between i.e Britain, France, Russia, and the USA.
10.A promise that force or punishment will be used if someone does not do what is wanted.
11.The belief that a country should not be involved with other countries. A policy of not making agreements or working with other countries.
14.The title assumed by Adolf Hitler as German leader (Squash of Chancellor and President together

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