Types Of Anarchy

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Standard Four

1. Anarchy is lack of government, as there is no governing authority; in anarchy there is no government and each individual has absolute liberty. It is important to note, however, that the lack of a government to enforce laws does not automatically imply that there are no laws; anarcho-capitalism in particular posits a form of anarchy with a body of explicit laws; however, said "laws" are typically in the form of might
A form of government in which a select few rule based on inherited hereditary right.
A form of government in which the political power is held by a single, self-appointed ruler. makes right
Refers to a broad range of types of government based upon the "consent of the governed." In its purest form it is the same thing as mobocracy, but it is usually practiced in the form of a republic, which provides checks and balances and an establishment that is able to tap an unruly mob on its collective head

2. A conventional approach to growth, that nomads conquer weak states, may hold when nomads essentially overplay their hand of raiding to gain better terms of trade and then end up running the place, and ceasing to be nomads. This, of course, would be highly remarked in written records. Whereas, centuries of intermittent raids, which alternate with trade, would go unremarked. A decline can be over taxing which can result in up rising.

3. Well, if we didn't have Romans we wouldn't have things like roads, sewers and heating

4. The invading army reached the outskirts of Rome, which had been left totally undefended. In 410 C.E., the Visigoths, led by Alaric, breached the walls of Rome and sacked the capital of the Roman Empire.The Visigoths looted, burned, and pillaged their way through the city, leaving a wake of destruction wherever they went. The plundering continued for three days. For the first time in nearly a millennium, the city of Rome was in the hands of someone other than the Romans. This was the first time that the city of Rome was sacked, but by no means the last.

5. They have brought countries together, as well as tearing them apart. Some religions were the only way to get educated.

Standard Five
6. Had a King as a ruler, believed in monotheism, and had a structured