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CHAPTER 3—FEDERALISM MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Of the different ways of ordering relations between central governments and local units, the most common method in the world today is the a. unitary system. b. confederal system. c. federal system. d. bicameral system. e. none of the above. ANS: A REF: Three Systems of Government 2. In a unitary system of government, ultimate government authority is located 3. In a confederal political system the central governing unit has 4. An example of a confederal system is 5. In a federal political system power is a. always vested in a bicameral legislature. b. shared between the central government and state or regional governments. c. bestowed in the central government, with no power being granted to the regional governments. d. concentrated in a unicameral legislature within a strong central government. e. exercised by the national government only insofar as these powers are granted by the states. ANS: B REF: Three Systems of Government 6. Our federal system of government was a compromise between those who favored
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7. Obstacles to the creation of a unitary government in the United States, Canada, and India include
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