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A(n) __________ state is comprised of a single, solitary state without consenting member governments. A. devolved B. unitary C. executive D. federal
A unitary executive state is comprised of a single, solitary state without consenting member governments.
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User: A(n) __________ state is comprised of a single, solitary state without consenting member governments. A. devolved B. unitary C. executive D. federal

Weegy: Answer: D.federal
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A unitary executive state is comprised of a single, solitary state without consenting member governments.
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