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Question 1: Islamic Republic — Countries like ________, Pakistan, Iran are republics governed in accordance with Islamic law.
AfghanistanNon-Aligned MovementCentral Intelligence AgencyNATO

Question 2: Spearheaded by the ________ and funded by the merchants of London the revolt was a success, and King Charles I was executed.
CalvinismPilgrim (Plymouth Colony)PuritanEnglish Reformation

Question 3: [16] ________ has played a central role,[16] arguing that there is a distinct republican traditional that stretches from the classical world to the present.
Thomas HobbesNew ZealandJ. G. A. PocockRepublicanism

Question 4: Examples include ________, Austria, Brazil, Germany, India, Russia and Switzerland.
UruguayArgentinaBuenos AiresChile

Question 5: The rise of Napoleon saw the end of the ________, and his eventual defeat allowed the victorious monarchies to put an end to many of the oldest republics on the continent, including Venice, Genoa, and the Dutch.
French DirectoryNational ConventionFrench RevolutionFrench First Republic

Question 6: These states are parliamentary republics and operate similarly to ________ with parliamentary systems where the power of the monarch is also greatly circumscribed.
DemocracyConstitutional monarchyAbsolute monarchyFederation

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  A revolutionary Republican hand-written bill from the Stockholm riots during the Revolutions of 1848, reading: "Dethrone Oscar he is not fit to be a king rather the Republic! The Reform! down with the Royal house, long live Aftonbladet! death to the king / Republic Republic the people. Brunkeberg this evening". The writer's identity is unknown.
  Septinsular Republic flag from the early 1800s
  A revolutionary Republican hand-written bill from the Stockholm riots during the Revolutions of 1848, reading: "Dethrone Oscar he is not fit to be a king rather the Republic! The Reform! down with the Royal house, long live Aftonbladet! death to the king / Republic Republic the people. Brunkeberg this evening". The writer's identity is unknown.
  Republics of the world as of 2006. red - full presidential system; green - executive presidency linked to a parliament; olive - semi-presidential system; orange - parliamentary republics; brown - republics whose constitutions grant only a single party the right to govern

Question 8: The system, known as the ________, had developed as a method for powerful landowners to control the crown.
MonarchySzlachtaPolish–Lithuanian CommonwealthGolden Liberty

Question 9: [citation needed] The English word ________ derives from a direct translation of res publica, and its use in English is closer to how the Romans used the term res publica.[11]
United KingdomCommonwealthAustraliaUnited States

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Republics of the world as of 2006. red - full presidential system; green - executive presidency linked to a parliament; olive - semi-presidential system; orange - parliamentary republics; brown - republics whose constitutions grant only a single party the right to govern
  A revolutionary Republican hand-written bill from the Stockholm riots during the Revolutions of 1848, reading: "Dethrone Oscar he is not fit to be a king rather the Republic! The Reform! down with the Royal house, long live Aftonbladet! death to the king / Republic Republic the people. Brunkeberg this evening". The writer's identity is unknown.
  An allegory of the Republic in Paris
















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