Social Studies

Question

An absolute monarch differs from a limited monarch because

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  • In an absolute monarchy, the monarch has unchecked powers and acts as both head of state and head of government. Therefore, the main difference between a limited and absolute monarchy is the amount of power that the monarch has. Many countries that once had absolute monarchies have become limited monarchies. Please put brainliest thanks!:D
  • Answer:

    An absolute monarch has no restrictions on his or her power.

    Explanation:

    A monarch is a leader of a country who gains his or her position by inheriting it through the family line. The difference between an absolute monarchy and a limited monarchy is how much power the monarch has. In a limited monarchy, the monarch's power is restricted by a constitution or a set of laws. In an absolute monarchy, the monarch has unlimited power and is free to do whatever he or she wants. Most monarchies that exist today are limited monarchies.

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