What is a confederal system of government?
Government can be classified in three manners: (1) who participates, (2) geographic distribution of power, and (3) legislative/executive relationship. Who can participate is generally broken down into two forms of government, democracy or dictatorship, while the legislative/executive relationship is broken down into presidential or parliamentary. The geographic distribution of power is broken down into unitary, federal, and confederation (confederal).
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A confederal (confederation) system of government exists where several states have aligned with each other into a nation for a specific purpose, and...
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fromChapter 20 / Lesson 4
Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of unitary, confederal, and federal governments. Also, find out which countries use which system of government.