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Ancient Civilizations Of Latin America: Inca The Government

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Among the many ancient civilizations in Latin America, the Incas were one of a kind. Their government was a whole lot different from any other of the civilizations. This had great impact on the civilization. In my opinion, without this aspect the Incas most likely wouldn't of been as successful.As stated before, the government was very important in the Inca civilization and had a lot of impact on their civilization in general. In the Incan civilization the utmost in power was the emperor, then came the royal family. Often times many of the ...view middle of the document...

Another impact was that the government allocated all jobs to citizens. This impacted all citizens (everyone worked) meaning no one had the option to do what they dreamed of doing in life. That is how the government of the Incas impacted the civilization.I think that the Incan government made the civilization more successful. One way is that the Incan government chose jobs which meant there was no unemployed people searching all over for a job. If this wasn't present in the Incan Civilization the job world might have been a mess. Also I think that the government having ownership of the land contributed to the successfulness because it means that there will be less homeless citizens. Last of all the government being based in one city helped the Incas be successful because that way everything is more organized and the important buildings are in one place. That is how I think to government contributed to the Inca Civilization being successful.In Conclusion, the Incan government was very well organized. It helped the empire be better for the citizens and a more successful place. It had a lot of impact on the empire! If you are interested, read further about the Incan government.

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