Democratic Government in Ancient America

Title

Democratic Government in Ancient America

Magazine

Ensign

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1992

Authors

Stiles, Kendall (Primary)

Number of Pages

62

Date Published

April 1992

Volume

22

Issue Number

4

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Bibliographic Citation

Stiles, Kendall. "Democratic Government in Ancient America", Ensign, Vol. 22. no. 4 1992.

Abstract

Discusses Mosiah2’s democratic system of government as described in Mosiah, Alma, Helaman, and 3 Nephi. The political structure was based on a system of judges, the people were the ultimate authority, and honesty and accountability were emphasized.

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Ancient America
Government
Judgeship
Democracy
King Mosiah

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