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Question 1: ________—2600 BC[9][21]
Indus Valley CivilizationAncient Near EastIndo-Aryan migrationBronze Age

Question 2: [8] By the third to second millenniums BC, some of these had developed into larger governed areas: Sumer, ________, the Indus Valley Civilization, and the Yellow River Civilization.
Ptolemaic KingdomNew KingdomAlexander the GreatAncient Egypt

Question 3: Many centuries later, ________ addressed the question of abuse of power by writing on the importance of checks and balances [27] to prevent or at least constrain abuse.
PlatoGottfried LeibnizImmanuel KantJohn Locke

Question 4: ________ – A government that has a monarch, but one whose powers are limited by law or by a formal constitution.
DemocracyAbsolute monarchyRepublicConstitutional monarchy

Question 5: A Government is the ________, machinery, or agency through which a political unit exercises its authority, controls and administers public policy, and directs and controls the actions of its members or subjects[1].
Organizational studiesOrganization developmentManagementOrganization

Question 6: Yellow River Civilization (________)—2000 BC[9]
ChinaProvince (China)Time in ChinaReligion in China

Question 7: He (in the voice of ________) asked if the purpose of government was to help ones friends and hurt ones enemies, for example.
PlatoPlutarchAristotleSocrates

Question 8: In early ________, the outcome of war for the defeated was often enslavement.
Early modern periodHistory of the worldHistory of EuropeAncient history

Question 9: Some anarchists, such as anarcho-syndicalists or anarcho-primitivists, advocate egalitarianism and non-hierarchical societies while others, such as ________, advocate free markets, individual sovereignty and freedom.
Free-market anarchismAnarcho-capitalismIndividualist anarchismAnarcho-capitalist literature

Question 10: The fundamental purpose of government is to maintain ________ and protect property.
Social orderCultureLibertyFamily
















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