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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: World History
Level: Grade 6
Score: 10
Author: MrsBrittFelder205
Last Modified: 9 years ago

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Grade 6 World History

A Monarchy and Dictatorship are different in that:
  1. Monarchy is ruled by someone who forces their way to power and Dictators come to power because their parent's were in power.
  2. Monarchy has a constitution and Dictatorships do not have a constitution.
  3. Monarchs are appointed by a higher power and Dictators are appointed through voting.
  4. Monarchy is ruled by a king or queen and Dictators take power by force.
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