Texas Government

Please tell me which one of these is Federal , Confederal or Unitary .

I have already submitted my question but I just want to be sure.


____1..In this system, power is divided between a central government and sub-government.


____2. England


____3. The European Union


____ 4. Australia


____5. In this system, the states or cub-governments are sovereign.


____6. The United Nations


____7. The United States


____8. In this system, the central government is sovereign.


____ 9. Texas or any other U.S. state government


____10. Canada

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asked by Sarah
  1. Let us know YOUR ANSWERS, and someone here will be happy to comment.

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  2. My answers are/were :

    _Federal___1..In this system, power is divided between a central government and sub-government.


    _Unitary___2. England


    __Unitary__3. The European Union


    __Federal__ 4. Australia


    __Confederal__5. In this system, the states or cub-governments are sovereign.


    __?__6. The United Nations


    __Federal__7. The United States


    __Unitary__8. In this system, the central government is sovereign.


    Unitary___ 9. Texas or any other U.S. state government


    _Federal___10. Canada

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    posted by Sarah
  3. http://www.answers.com/topic/federal

    http://www.answers.com/topic/confederal

    http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_Unitary_Government&src=ansTT

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    posted by Writeacher
  4. Please rethink several.

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  5. I know the meaning of all of this, and thank you.
    But could you help me out with The UN, I can not seem to figure out if it a Unitary or Confederacy

    Also is any of my answers wrong?

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    posted by Sarah
  6. European Union is in a debate of being a confederate system and federal system, so what should I put?

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  7. I'm not sure why the UN is in here. It's not really a government in the same way nations have governments. If I HAD to choose one, though, I'd say "confederal" for the same reason as #5 is confederal.

    Rethink #s 2, 3, 9.

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    posted by Writeacher
  8. Hmm thank you, what makes you think England is not a Unitary Government?


    Uk is a unitary government controlling 4 provinces doesn't that make England Unitary too?

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    posted by Sarah
  9. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governance_of_England

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  10. "England" and "The United Kingdom" are not interchangeable terms.

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  11. Then it would be federal since the powers are distributed among the royal family and the local government?

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    posted by Sarah
  12. right

    And what do you think about 2 and 9?

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    posted by Writeacher
  13. Since EU is not a Unitary Government it is obviously Confederal since it is "Of, relating to, or involving the activities of two or more nations"

    Moreover Texas and State governments are Federal too since the local government and the state government work together however the state government has more control?

    Am I correct?

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    posted by Sarah
  14. "Confederal" for both.

    Texas is a state within a federal entity. It cannot also be federal.

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  15. Hmm, I see the which means the local governments are the ones in power. So all the states have confederate systems.

    Got it !

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  16. Thank you Writeacher.

    And have a great morning :)

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  17. You're very welcome! You, too!!

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