A government run by one person is usually evidence of a _ system.
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- Question: A government run by one person is usually evidence of a _ system.
The correct answer is: single-party. Multi-party systems do not yield single-person rule. Plural means more than one. The two-party system historically results in a slowly changing but stable political order.
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