old as human society itself. At some point in time, most likely the past, when the population
grew in one set area, there was a reason to have a set structure of laws, to have order over that
area and not to have chaos. Direction and preservation of safety is vital to every society.
As areas grew larger in size due to the growth of population, the set laws would need to
grow and change in order to keep the set area safe as they grew in size. That meant as the laws
would grow and/or change to the population the government would have to grow and/or change
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The monarch has no part taking in what the other
members of the country are doing, they are set apart from everyone else. In a monarchy the
citizens are not equal by law and the higher officials of monarch are not restricted by law.
All citizens in a democratic country are promised to have freedom, to an extent,
and liberties. These freedoms and liberties are protected, by what the United States of America
has, by a constitution. Monarchy has the same views, but it all depends on what the monarch, of
that time, wants. Now, Monarchy is different then what it used to be. Monarchy is now a more
citizen-friendly government, almost like a democracy. Now there are constitutional monarchy,
almost like the President of the United States, which made it a little unclear on the difference of
democracy and monarchy.
The type of government that is helped run by the nation’s people either directly or
indirectly is known as a democracy. Only on rare occasions do you have a ‘Direct Democracy’,
because it is only used when there is a small are with a small population. The most common way
to exercise this is to give the power to selected elected representatives. Democracy is based …show more content…
laws that are made in the US, people have a say whether that law should be passed or not. Some
of the laws are passed by government without say from the people just to insure some safety for
the people. There are three different forms of democratic government. The three different forms
are representative, liberal, and constitutional. Each of these different democratic governments
are based on the main ideas of democracy along with government conditions.
There are some major differences between monarchy and democracy. Some of the
differences are that, democracy is that the government is made by the people and monarchy is a
rule by a king, queen, or an emperor. For ‘head’ leadership, democracy is elected by the people,
and monarchy is passed down from generation to generation. The laws that are in the
government, in democracy the people and the government make the laws, in a monarchy the king
makes the law.
Some other differences are that in a democracy freedom is respected and all people are
equal no matter what your positon is in that country, and in a monarchy freedom is oppressed