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Latin America Government and Economics

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  • Q1

    What is citizen participation like in an autocratic government?

    Very limited (Citizens do NOT have many rights)

    Major role (Citizens have many rights)

    Mixed (Citizens have some rights)

    There is no Government control

  • Q2

    What is citizen participation like in a democratic government?

    Citizens have no rights

    Citizens overrule all decisions

    Citizens participate by voting

    Citizens hold a verbal gathering 

  • Q3

    What type of government do Brazil and Mexico have?

    Parliamentary democracy

    Presidential democracy



  • Q4

    In which type of government would a citizen’s rights be most likely controlled? Autocratic or Democratic?



  • Q5

    A leader is chosen in a presidential democracy by the citizens electing the legislative and executive branched separately. 

    True or False
  • Q6

    A leader is chosen in a parliamentary democracy by the citizens electing a royal to rule and that ruler picks different people to be in the legislative and executive branches

    True or False
  • Q7

    What is specialization?

    Completing your part of a task and then relying on others to complete their part.

    Goods that are used to make something else

    Doing the entire task by yourself

    investing in education

  • Q8

    What is a tariff?

    Figuring out a system for what one currency is worth

    Tax on imported goods

    The purpose of having an exchange rate

    A ban on a product entering the country

  • Q9

    What is an embargo?

    increasing imports from countries

    A total trade ban

    investing in capital goods

    liberating citizens from countries that are not free

  • Q10

    What is a quota?

    reaching a higher GED

    increase oil exports

    A limit on the amount of goods that can enter the country

    increasing the countries literary rate

  • Q11

    What is the purpose having an exchange rate and currency exchange?

    So all countries can have a diverse currency 

    Embargo the difference of currency

    To help build tariffs 

    It is essential to make all trade fair

  • Q12

    NAFTA was the North American Free Trade Agreement

    True or False
  • Q13

    What countries were involved in NAFTA

    Brazil, Puerto Rico, and USA

    England, France, and USA

    USA, Mexico, and Canada

    Cuba, Brazil, and Japan

  • Q14

    What are capital goods?

    Scrap materials that are exported

    A tax on imported goods

    Something that you are good at

    Goods that are used to generate something else

  • Q15

    What is human capital?

    Adding a number of new jobs 

    Investing in education, training, improving literacy rate

    Importing items from outside of the capital

    Supporting a major chain 


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