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What is the key difference between a federal government and a confederate government?
A.In a federal government, local governments have the most power. In a confederate government, a central government has the most power.
B.In a confederate government local governments have the most power. in a federal government the national government and states are equal powers.****
C. In a Confederate government local Government have the most power. In a Federal government the National cover has the most power
D. In a federal government the central government has the most power. In a confederate government the national government and the states are equal powers.

My answer is B.

asked by Mara
  1. I disagree.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. I actually just took the test and it said it was right...

    posted by Mimi
  3. Yes, but when there's a conflict between the federal and state laws, the federal government takes precedence.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. And I just took it, and B is correct.

    posted by Jessica
  5. It's B

    posted by L

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