16 Types Of Government – A Writer’s Resource Source for Infographic If you want to learn how to write a book, join our Writers Write course. Posted on 28th December 2013 (142,267 views) Explore: Infographic, Writing Resource This article has 10 comments Cristina 18th February 2015 You misspelled governments. corriea mattina 9th August 2015 8/08/15 9:16p Governments 16 Types Infographic I found an error on the Pin from Pinterest the word ”Government” was misspelled but I guess you already know that. Archie Halliwell 23rd November 2015 No comment Scott Taillet 11th January 2016 Your definition of Republic and Democratic are poorly stated…please find out which are which anf what makes them, very different to another…Thanks. In a Democratic Government you have a Majority Ruling but allows for the most corruption, while allowing to be ruled by many. A Republic, you must govern yourself to behave in return this frees up your your own freedoms, when you have a moral code of self conduct. Furthermore, your Offical who ever you elect are those leaders of moral Character of their moral codes of ethics, allowing laws that are enforced with a morality behind each one and lesser ones, are ignored, discard by overturning them or completely overruled. Buster 12th April 2016 Socialism? john Crusen 26th April 2016 Anarchy does not mean a lack of laws. It means a lack of rulers. Disorder is not equivalent with a lack of government. Humans lived for millions of years on this planet before we invented governments. Jerry Olson 4th August 2016 The definitions of fascism and anarchy are not entirely accurate. Fascism primarily is a form of government that steers the economy using commercial entities (industry, banks, labor), usually for war purposes, by using the perpetual threat of war to sustain public support. Anarchy is simply the absence of government, which if suddenly removed from coerced society leads to chaos and lawlessness as withdrawal effects, but small spontaneous orders always emerges as people gather for mutual benefit. Socialism is strangely missing from the list. A Collectivist uncle to Fascism, where government steers the economy through regulation or nationalization of commercial entities to solve perceived social inequities, perpetuating such notions to sustain public support. Nazi Germany blended Marxist socialism with Italian fascism and shrouded it in extreme nationalism and xenophobia. M. Sherry 16th September 2016 Neither communism nor socialism is a method of government. They, along with capitalism, are forms of economic systems. Jerry Olson 18th September 2016 I disagree M. Sherry on this basis: Both communism and socialism require involuntary association to survive. Marx insisted that socialism would inevitably lead to anarcho-socialism; government was only needed to get things going. But there is always someone who descents and these systems can’t function without total compliance. Intolerant of any descent, they must use force, which is the essence of all government. Whether a tribal council or a sprawling Soviet Union, someone is ‘in charge’… it is government. They are economic systems, but involuntary ones; involuntary meaning governed. Sheila Taylor 30th January 2017 While everyone share their comments about government, no one yet is thankful that that board was put up for the individuals that don’t think or understand the underlying posted. I thank all of you who posted this gave me a clear understanding of what people think and understan. Now it is time write a book of a clearer understanding of government. Thanks to all who share their thoughts and information. All have a blessed life☺ Comments are now closed.