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Both federal and unitary states have advantages and disadvantages. While federal states provide opportunities for members to collaborate, unitary states create more centralized governments. Write a short paragraph evaluating unitary states and federal states. In your opinion, which type of state is a more effective way of managing a country's government?
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kristen.4
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Federal state is a way better choice for a countries government because provide opportunities for members to collaborate and make peace with other countries instead of causing wars. (Answers discussing federal states may include points about the rights of members, the ability to collaborate or disagree with a federal government, and the benefits of creating a larger government. Answers discussing unitary states may discuss more centralized government, the ability to operate a state more efficiently, and the ability to create and apply laws to all citizens more easily.)

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