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What is federal?

  the division of governmental power, as expressed in the United States Consitution, between the national government and the fifty states.
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What is a federation?

Federation usually refers to the coming together in unity of a number of previously disparate parts. For example, when Australia became a Federation, its six colonies joined t (MORE)

What is a federalism?

Federalism works toward limited government because it divides the power between the state government and the national government.

What is federation?

Federation is the joining of states to become one nation. Australia was federated in 1901 with edmund barton as their first prime minister. the father of federation is Henry P (MORE)

Why do you have federalism?

In respect to the formation and development of American government,  federalism was (and still is) a basic feature for quite a few  reasons. One of the most important is tha (MORE)

What does federal do?

    Federal means national, as in national police force like the FBI in USA, and the RCMP in Canada, or as in a federal court or judge, not a city, regional, provinc (MORE)

What is a federation.?

A group of countries or states that have become united under a central governing body. As long as the countries remain part of the federation, they must abide by the central g (MORE)