Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Click here for Final Jeopardy Sovereign State Roles Theories Forms Of Of Of Miscellaneous Government Origin of State Government 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points What is a group of people who are the members or citizens of a state? What is population? What are a state’s set boundaries? What is territory? What is the ability to rule absolutely within a territory? (all states are considered equal) What is sovereignty? What is the organization inside a state that controls the actions and policies of the state? What is government? What are the 4 defining characteristics of state? What are population, territory, sovereignty, and government? What is a government’s role in regard to protecting freedom of speech? What is make laws? What is the government’s role in maintaining a sheriff’s department? What is keep order inside the state? What is the government’s role in maintaining Marines, Army, and Air Force? What is protect the state? What is the government’s role in providing retirement benefits and healthcare? What is providing services that people need? What are the 4 roles of government? What are make laws, protect the state, keep order inside the state, and provide services people need? In this theory, a person or small group claimed control over an area and forced all within it to submit to that person’s or group’s rule? What is force theory? In this theory, government developed naturally out of the family unit? What is evolutionary theory? What is the theory that the state was created by God and God gave the leader power by royal birth? What is divine right theory? What is the theory that by contract people agreed to give as much power as needed to promote the well-being of all? What is social contract theory? Which theory of the origin of the state most strongly influenced the formation of the government of the United States? What is social contract theory? What is the form of government when a king or queen rules the country? What is a monarch? What is the form of government where one leader has absolute control over citizens’ lives? What is a dictatorship? What is the form of government where citizens hold the political power? What is democracy? What is the form of government where a small group of people has all the power? What is oligarchy? What is the form of government that recognizes God or a divine being as the ultimate authority? What is theocracy? What are the 3 basic powers held by every government? What are judicial, legislative, and executive? Which of the following is NOT an example of a government classified by geographic distribution of power? a. unitary government b. autocratic government c. federal government d. confederate government What is autocratic government? . In a representative democracy, how are public officials held responsible to the will of the people? a. The legislative branch can remove any elected official from office at any time. b. The people themselves can take over public policy by meeting in a central place to pass new laws. c. Voters express their approval or disapproval of the officials' actions by casting ballots in elections. d. A committee of judges fires any official who fails to accurately represent the will of a majority of voters. What is Voters express their approval or disapproval of the officials' actions by casting ballots in elections? The prime minister of a parliamentary government is a. chosen by the legislature and subject to its direct control. b. elected by the people. c. a self-appointed absolute ruler d. a monarch who is a figurehead with no real powers. What is chosen by the legislature and subject to its direct control? What form of government? Citizens in Sweden vote to propose their own laws, undo laws passed by legislators, and vote on the laws. What is direct democracy? Make your wager What is the purpose of government in the Preamble to the Constitution that matches the below purpose of government? Civil Rights Acts, Voting Rights Act, immigration reform What is secure blessings of liberty?