A king or queen with absolute, or total power.
A form of government in which all power is in the hands of one person or a small group.
A form of government in which the people of a nation either rule directly or through elected representatives.
A form of government in which all the people meet together at one place to make the laws.
A form of government in which the people elect representatives to carry on the work of government for them.
A rule of conduct enforced by government.
A written plan of government.
A loose association of states.
The lawmaking body of the British government.
Consisting of two houses, as in a lawmaking body.
An agreement in which each side gives up part of its demands.
A lawmaking body of government.
Approval by a formal vote.
A supporter of the Constitution.
An opponent of the Constitution.