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Systems Of Government Powerpoint (Unitary, Confederation, Federal)
Systems Of Government Powerpoint (Unitary, Confederation, Federal)
Systems Of Government Powerpoint (Unitary, Confederation, Federal)
Systems Of Government Powerpoint (Unitary, Confederation, Federal)
Systems Of Government Powerpoint (Unitary, Confederation, Federal)
Systems Of Government Powerpoint (Unitary, Confederation, Federal)
Systems Of Government Powerpoint (Unitary, Confederation, Federal)
Systems Of Government Powerpoint (Unitary, Confederation, Federal)
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Systems Of Government Powerpoint (Unitary, Confederation, Federal)

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  • 1. Systems of Governments
  • 2. To study governments, geographers look at the following:
    • Types – Who rules and who participates.
    • Systems – How the power is distributed.
  • 3. Systems of Government are based on one question: How is the power distributed?
    • There are three ways governments distribute power:
      • Unitary
      • Confederation
      • Federal
  • 4. Unitary
    • One central government controls everything.
    • Power is not shared between states, counties, or provinces.
    • Examples : United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, and Spain
  • 5. Unitary Diagram:
  • 6. Confederation
    • Two Options:
      • A. A voluntary or weak association of independent states that agrees to follow a powerful central government.
      • B. Nations can choose to follow or not follow the lead of the weak central government.
    • Examples: Confederate States of America
    • ( 1861-1865), Russian Federation.
  • 7. Confederation Diagram:
  • 8. Federal
    • Power is shared by a powerful central government.
    • States or provinces are given considerable self rule, usually through their own legislatures.
    • Examples: United States of America, Federal Republic of Germany
  • 9. Federal System Diagram:

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