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Question is a little misleading. Congress only tries to override vetoes if the think that they have the 2/3 votes necessary to override. Vetoed bills aren't automatically subject to override.

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The correct answer to this question is A, Monarchy. This single person also performs ceremony duties and is a symbol of the country that they are in control of. When the person in charge passes away, someone else in the family will take charge and become the ruler. Like all governments, t...Read More

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Two of the most common ways whereby a country can be organized are the unitary and federal government. In the federal government, powers are shared within the local, regional, and central authorities; while in the unitary government, the concentration of the power is in the hands of the federal...Read More

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B. Wright

Always excited to learn and talk about new topics

Communism and totalitarianism are ideologies that stand separate in their economics and political senses. Some might link the two together, but they are different in relatively every aspect. In totalitarianism, which term means total control, the society is having less power, while the...Read More

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T. Lopez

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Some people believe that monarchy and dictatorship governments are the same, but they are quite different. A dictatorship has a negative connotation because the dictator usually rules with an iron fist and controls all of the power against their citizens. A monarchy has a more positive...Read More

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If a soldier or a civilian is detected in the DMZ, their fate is basically determined by which country catches the person. If South Korea catches the person, they will likely be deported, if they are not a Korean citizen. This happened in 2017 to a man from Louisiana who was caught trying to...Read More

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The United Nations (UN) army is controlled by the UN’s Office of Military Affairs. The peacekeeping forces on the ground in various locations throughout the world are led in the field typically by a civilian Head of Mission (usually a Special Representative of the Secretary-General). The...Read More

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There are many examples of successful diplomatic efforts so it is hard to choose just one but I would suggest one of the more brilliant examples might be the Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty of 1979. While there are still problems between Egypt and Israel today, the peace treaty did put an end to...Read More

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In countries that use customs unions identical tariffs are used but in countries that are free trade areas different tariffs structures are used. Because of the unified rules within places that use custom union when goods are traveling between those places and places that are free trade areas...Read More

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