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In which type of government is the state or local government the final authority? Table with headers ‘Type,’ ‘Advantages,’ and ‘Disadvantages.’ ‘Unitary’ type has an advantage of ‘A’ and ‘Strong unity’, and a disadvantage of ‘B’. ‘Confederation’ type has an advantage of ‘C’, and a disadvantage of ‘D’ and ‘Central government may be too weak.’ ‘Federation’ type has an advantage of ‘E’ and ‘Local governments can address local issues,’ and a disadvantage of ‘F.’ © 2011 FLVS Monarchy Federation Unitary

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