In a federal system of government (also known as a federation), the local and state governments share power with the central government, though the central government has final authority. Explain how this is different from a confederation.
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Why do you think its different?
Confederation wanted powers for the state government
a confederation is a group of united in an alliance or league.
a fedaration is a group of states with a centeral government
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federation wants powers for the national government. And Confederation wants powers for the individual states.
A federal government has final authority on interstate/interprovincial and international affairs, a confederation is one where the central/national government or authority is governing body what does not have final say over the same matters.