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The Purpose of Government in the Ancient World

Summary: This essay compares the purpose of the governments of China, India, and the Meditterranean in the ancient world.
The purpose of government in China, India, and the Mediterranean in the ancient world seem very similar, yet they had a few key differences. The main purposes of government are to keep the people safe, happy, and healthy. All three regions attempted at this, but they each did so in a different way and to a different extent.

Both China and Greece and Rome attempted to involve the common people in the government. China used bureaucratic systems to involve 130,000 people, or .2 of the population, while Greece and Rome used a limited democracy and gave ordinary citizens yearlong terms at random. However, India's government was talked about very little in the article, so I have no basis to compare them on the subject.

All three regions had the goal of keeping their people healthy and keeping the economy good and the roads safe. Greece and Rome were advancing in...

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