A form of government with a monarch at the head.
An absolute monarchy is a system of government that has a king and queen with full power over the nation.
A constitutional monarchy is a system of government in which a country is ruled by a king and queen whose power is limited by a constitution.
Laws can be quickly changed due to circumstance
High security levels, strong military.
Consistent face of international negotiation
Lower class have little to no privileges.
Military could be used against the people
Bad leadership would cripple the nation
Impossible to be self-financed
Checks and balances
Hard to create social change
Hard to change
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Examples of Absolute Monarchies
Examples of Constitutional Monarchies