An authoritarian government is usually evidence of:
Question 5b of 10 - Label Identity and Program
- Maximum Attempts: 1
- Question Type: Multiple Choice
- Maximum Score: 1
- Question: An authoritarian government is usually evidence of:
- a democratic tradition.
- a multi-party system.
- single-party rule.
- a libertarian tradition.
The correct answer is: single-party rule. Rule by the people generally does not connote authoritarian rule. Multi-party systems do not yield single-person or authoritarian rule. Libertarians are generally against most forms of governmental control.