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According to the definition of "state" used by political theorists, none of the 50 states of the United States represent examples of a "state" because they lack which basic
characteristic: a. government b. sovereignty c. Constitution d. defined population
According to the definition of "state" used by political theorists, none of the 50 states of the United States represent examples of a "state" because they lack which basic characteristic: b. sovereignty
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