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Government Power

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  • 1. How do governments distribute power?<br />
  • 2. Three types of government<br />Unitary<br />Confederate<br />Federal<br />
  • 3. Unitary<br />Central government has all the power to make laws and decision for the people.<br />
  • 4. Unitary<br />Central Government<br />STRONG<br />Direction of power<br />Direction of power<br />WEAKER<br />States<br />
  • 5. Unitary<br />One central<br />Government controls<br />weaker states. Power is<br />not shared between states, counties, or provinces.<br />
  • 6. Confederation<br />Individual states make<br />their own laws and<br />decision and are<br />loosely aligned to a<br />weak central<br />government<br />
  • 7. Confederation<br />Central Government<br />WEAKER<br />Direction of power<br />Direction of power<br />STRONGER<br />States <br />
  • 8. Confederation<br />A organization of states that agree to follow a central government. Each<br />state makes its own laws.<br />
  • 9. Federal<br />Power to make laws and decision for the people is SHARED between central government and states<br />
  • 10. Federal<br />Central Government<br />EQUAL<br />Direction of power<br />Direction of power<br />EQUAL<br />States <br />
  • 11. Federal<br />Power is shared by a<br />Central Government and states that are given<br />self-rule.<br />

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