The answer is C.
In 1619, the first general assembly was created in British America. This was an early version of the representative government that would later develop and which we know today.
The settlers at Jamestown wanted a voice in their government, and believed that they should have some input in the laws that were created to govern the colony. After the Virginia Company was dissolved by James I in 1624 (just a year before his death), Virginia became a royal colony. It was also the seat of Virginia's social and political life until 1699 when the capital was moved to Williamsburg.
Direct democracy was impractical in the colony for logistic reasons.
The judicial system was not created until the eighteenth century during the Constitutional conventions. The judicial system would be created as one of the three branches of government, all separate and intended to check and balance one another.
Finally, the line-item veto did not become an official executive power until the Clinton presidency. The Line Item Veto Act was passed in 1996.