a system of government where power is located with the independent states and there is little power in the central government
a system of government where power lies with the legislative body and the leader of the country is part of the legislature
the head of state in a parliamentary system
a system of government where almost all power is located with the central government
a system of government where power is shared between a central government and states
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Benchmark 3.2 - Compare parliamentary, federal, confederal, and unitary systems of government.
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