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Unformatted text preview: b. Unitary i. “sovereignty lies exclusively with the central gov. Subnational authorizes, whether regional or local, may make policy as well implement it., but they do so by permission of the center. In a unitary system. In theory. The national government could abolish lower levels if it wish” ii. Ie. United Kingdom 1. Prime Minister has most power c. Confederal Systems i. Much looser than Federal ii. Ie. (was) Serbia, maybe European Union iii. Dead 2. Powers of the National Government a. Exclusive Powers i. Declare War ii. Make Treaty iii. Coin Money b. Concurrent Powers i. Taxes ii. Levying Taxes iii. Regulating some forms of commerce 1. But cant inhibit commerce with other states iv. Power to Borrow money c. Powers Reserved to the States i....
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- Spring '08
- Federalism, Sovereign state, Federation, Federal vs Unitary, a. Exclusive Powers