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Presidents of the United States
Presidents, Kings, Dictators

Presidents of the United States
Presidents of the United States

Presidents, Kings, Dictators
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     challenging words:    constitutionalism, emirate, sultanate, whence, Saddam, suppression, forced-labor, advisers, parliamentary, legislative, ceremonial, ethical, dictatorships, ballot, absolute, constitutional
     content words:    Parliamentary Democracy, Constitutional Republic, Federal Republic, Islamic Republic, Parliamentary Republic, Independent Commonwealth, Absolute Monarchy, Saudi Arabia, Constitutional Monarchy, North Korea

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Presidents, Kings, Dictators
By Brenda B. Covert

1     There are nearly 200 politically independent nations in the world today, independent in that they govern themselves. Each of these nations is led by some sort of governing body, either an individual or group that wields power in the name of that country. Take a look at these different types of governments:
Democracy (Canada)
3     Parliamentary Democracy (Japan)
4     Republic (Mexico, Israel)
5     Constitutional Republic (Armenia)
6     Federal Republic (Austria, Brazil)
7     Islamic Republic (Iran)
8     Parliamentary Republic (Ireland)
9     Independent Commonwealth (Bahamas)
10     Absolute Monarchy (Oman)
11     Monarchy (Saudi Arabia)

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