Republics are similar to monarchies, except that more than one family holds control. Ideally, republics are based on the idea of limited power-sharing among people who demonstrate that they are natural leaders. Because of this arrangement, republics are supposed to be more flexible than monarchies. Of course, the questions that need to be asked are: 1) How are we to determine that someone is a good leader? and 2) Is it worth national stability to keep people at arm’s length from deciding their own fate? To maintain order and keep from imploding under the weight of these serious questions, republics typically have to depend on physical force and mind control.

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