When was it started: There was not really a start to Anarchy.
Pros: Free speech, make your own choices, and make a lot of your own decisions.
Cons: No leader, you don't really have a say in what happens it just kind of happens, and not much control.
When was it started: 1844.
Countries: Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea, and Laos.
Pros: You can decrease unemployment rates, provides citizen with basic needs, and paves way fro strong and safe country.
Cons: Can fuel poverty, constrains the voice of the people, and controlling.
Fair: Not really
When was it started: 507 B.C.
Countries: USA, Germany, France, Poland, Norway, Sweden, and Italy.
Pros: Efficiency, no one has too much power, and the officials are elected.
Cons: officials are not held accountable for there actions, lack of knowledge among the people, and allows mob influence.
When was it started: 5th century B.C.E.
Countries: China, Cuba, Chad, Egypt, Belarus, Cameroon, and Eritrea.
Pros: Stability, low crime, and efficient.
Cons: Inequality, no free speech, and controlling.
When was it stated: 2600 B.C.
Countries: Monaco, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and the United Kingdom.
Pros: Decisions made quickly, respect for leader, and reduces expenses.
Cons: only one person to make choices, economic disrupt, and to much power.
Fair: Not really
When was it started: 10th century B.C.
Countries: China, North Korea, and Venezuela.
Pros: Decisions happen fast, debates still exist, and women are able to get into high positions of power.
Cons: No free speech, middle class squeezed out, and no change to the status quo.
Fair: Kind of fair
When was it started: 1873.
Countries: Angola, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Ecuador, and Nepal.
Pros: Elections, freedom, and prosperity,.
Cons: Rebellion against choices can encourage representatives to be deceptive, and does not hold elected officials accountable.
When was it started: 1848.
Countries: China, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Canada, Sweden, Norway, and Ireland.
Pros: Education and health care, classless society, and balance in wealth and earning.
Cons: Almost full control, higher taxes, and unnecessary government spending.
Fair: Mostly yes