a federation, or confederation
we all die
Having to do with the central government of the U.S?
Federal has to do with the central government of the U.S.
The central government of the US is the Federal government.
Unitary- Government. of or pertaining to a system of government in which the executive, legislative, and judicial powers of each state in a body of states are vested in a central authority. Binary-Having two parts of government
a strong central government is when someone is telling you what u can and cant do. it would be like having a dictator.
It's a unitary state, referred to as a Federal government.
because local government is having less responsibility and so they can easily handle everything and central government is having a lot of responsibility so they cannot handle thing very easily this is the reason tha system of government has given local government more right than the central government
They feared that a strong central government would act like a monarchy.
in constructing the government of the U.S. the founding fathers settled on a republic and representative democracy. first, define republic and what general rationales for having a republic?
the cons to a strong central government is that you would more than likely have a dictator and you not be allowed to make your own decisions
It means having some official authority or sanction, but not maintained or financed by the government.
Having a federal government provides a country with unity and a common identity. Though states have certain powers, the central government carries out national policy.
The process of having the local and central governments sharing power is known as federalism. The individual states have autonomous roles but share power with a central government.
a communist state. Also It has an unlimited government and its an authority based government. The Socialist Republic of Vietnam is a single-party socialist state having a communist government.
Han ruled china by having a strong central government.
A rule or order issued by the president to an executive branch of the government and having the force of law.
an alliance of independent states that expressly delegates limited powers to a central government
The Federalists wanted a strong central government. The Articles called for a weak central government with the confederation having their own governments.
Americans wanted to limit the power of the central government, especially in the period right after the American Revolution, because they were wary of having a too-powerful central government that could oppress them like King George III.