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VelvetLeckbee690
2021-05-04 11:40:24
What is a benefit of a confederate government? A. It has absolute authority and the power to embrace all matters of human concern. B. The people are the source for all the government’s power. C. Several states can cooperate in matters of common concern and still retain their separate identities. D. All powers held by the government belong to a single, central agency.
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Mikolajczak30
2021-05-04 13:07:50

A confederate country can be under control & have laws therefore being orderly.

Farrah735
2021-05-04 13:09:05

A benefit of a confederate government is C. Several states can cooperate in matters of common concern and still retain their separate identities. A confederate government derives its power from the state or provincial government resulting to a weak central authority. States under the confederation retain all the powers of an independent nation; powers such as the right to have its own military force, the right to print money, and the right to make treaties with other national powers without needing the approval of other states under the confederation. Confederate states exerting their own powers weakened the central government which led to the founding fathers to shift into Federalism when they drafted the Constitution.

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