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35% Say Yes
65% Say No

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· *Wow that´s a lot of Liberal idiots*

I don´t think you guys understand what a Republic is but its the form of
government that the United States of America uses where politicians run
(try to be elected) for office. It has nothing to do with the Republican
party in particular. It prevents


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why a republic is the best form of government


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This article is about the form of government. For the political ideology,
see Republicanism. For other uses, see Republic (disambiguation).

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Basic forms of government
Power structure
Separation
· Associated state
· Dominion
· Chiefdom

Federalism
· Federation
· Confederation
· Devolution

Integration
· Empire
· Hegemony
· Unitary state

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Democracy
/power of many/
· Direct
· Representative
· Semi
· /others/

Oligarchy
/power of few/
· Aristocracy
· Military junta
· Plutocracy
· Stratocracy
· Timocracy
· Theocracy
· Kritarchy
· Particracy

Autocracy
/power of one/
· Despotism
· Illiberal democracy
· Semi-authoritarian
· Dictatorship

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· Anocracy

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A *republic* (from Latin: /res publica/) is a sovereign state or
country^[1] which is organized with a form of government in which power
resides in elected individuals representing the citizen body^[2]^[3] and
government leaders exercise power according to the rule of law. In modern
times, the definition of a republic is commonly limited to a government
which excludes a monarch.^[3]^[4] Currently, 147 of the world's 206
sovereign states use the word "republic" as part of their


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Republic

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