What is the term for the absence of government?

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Question 1.1.(TCO 2) What is the term for the absence of government? (Points : 3)
Socialism
Anarchy
Statism
Republic

Question 2.2.(TCO 2) To Aristotle, the corrupt form of monarchy is _____. (Points : 3)
democracy
tyranny
polity
oligarchy

Question 3.3.(TCO 2) Which of the following descriptions best depicts a federal system of government? (Points : 3)
The central government maintains all the power.
The first-order subdivisions maintain all the power.
Federal systems exist where there are no governments.
Federal systems have divided power between a central government and first-order governments.

Question 4.4.(TCO 2) In _____, representatives are elected based on their party’s percentage of the vote. (Points : 3)
proportional representative systems
majoritarian systems
single-member districts
multimember districts

Question 5.5.(TCO 2) An advantage of a proportional representation system of government would be _____. (Points : 3)
a strong two-party system
the ability to draw districts to favor the majority party
representation of minor parties
the ability of the central government to provide benefits to the populations

Question 6.6.(TCO 2) A _____ system practices both state ownership and extensive welfare benefits. (Points : 3)
socialist
statist
welfare
laissez-faire

Question 7.7.(TCO 2) Judicial activism refers to _____. (Points : 3)
liberal judges
conservative judges
judicial restraint by judges
willingness to override legislatures

Question 8.8.(TCO 2) Which type of regime has a free media, competitive elections, and protected civil liberties? (Points : 3)
Democratic
Transitional
Authoritarian
Totalitarian

Question 9.9.(TCO 2) _____ states regularly use organized terror and violence against their citizens to maintain control and achieve their goals. (Points : 3)
Authoritarian
Transitional
Oligarchic
Totalitarian

Question 10.10.(TCO 2) Describe the purpose of total control as relates to the image of the state. (Points : 3)
To reveal the state as a genuine and open entity
To excuse the state’s invasive and/or violent political measures
To convey to the citizens a perception of only everyday order
To convey to visitors a perception of nearly perfect order