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1. A federal system differs from a unitary system in that (Points : 1) power is concentrated in one central government. sub-governments delegate power to the central authority .
power is distributed between the central government and other governmental units. the central government has limited functions.
A federal system differs from a unitary system in that power is distributed between the central government and other governmental units.
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User: A federal system differs from a unitary system in that (Points : 1)

User: 1. A federal system differs from a unitary system in that (Points : 1) power is concentrated in one central government. sub-governments delegate power to the central authority . power is distributed between the central government and other governmental units. the central government has limited functions.

Weegy: A federal system differs from a unitary system in that power is distributed between the central government and other governmental units.
CroneDocuro|Points 130|

User: 2. John C. Calhoun proposed the following to assert states’ right: (Points : 1) secession from the union. the right of the states to take up arms against the national government. the right of states to tax the national government. nullification and interposition.

Weegy: a. Secession from the union
emelynquebralg|Points 10|

User: The federal system can be thought of as a marble cake because (Points : 1) the overlap of state and national functions resembles the interweaving of flavors in the cake. state and national functions are very distinct. it is clear where state authority ends and national authority begins. federalism is really a mushy system.

Weegy: The federal system can be thought of as a marble cake because the overlap of state and national functions resembles the interweaving of flavors in the cake.
Fanboy|Points 2821|

User: Unfunded mandates are similar to Creative Federalism in that (Points : 1) the federal government offers states funding on a two-for-one matching basis. states create and submit programs to the federal government for funding. the federal government can be forced to spend what it cannot afford on state policy initiatives. states can be forced to spend what they cannot afford on national policy initiatives.

Weegy: Unfunded mandates are similar to Creative Federalism in that: . D. states can be forced to spend what they cannot afford on national policy initiatives
selymi|Points 10016|

User: When states or localities receive categorical grants-in-aid from the national government they (Points : 1) may spend the money as they please. can use the money to pay state salaries. must abide by the Voting Rights Act. may only use money for the single purpose specified in the grant-in-aid

Weegy: may only use money for the single purpose specified in the grant-in-aid.
sherlock|Points 30|

User: When Congress prepares a budget (Points : 1) it collects estimates from each Executive department separately. it receives a unified budget prepared by the President’s Office of Management and Budget. it figures out on its own how much each department needs. it creates an independent commission to do the budget.

Weegy: correct
Expert answered|Deanmoriarty|Points 8|

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Congress prepares a budget, it receives a unified budget prepared by the President’s Office of Management and Budget.
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