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  1. Federalism is a system of government with one strong, central governing authority as well as smaller units, such as states. If the central government grows too strong, then federalism comes closer to a unitary state, where the governing body has supreme authority and dictates how much power the units are allowed to have.

  2. The constitution of Britain during the Victorian Era with a Parliament composed of the Sovereign (monarchy), a House of Lords (aristocracy) and House of Commons (democracy) is a prime example of a mixed constitution in the 19th century. This political system had its roots in two closely related developments in seventeenth-century England.

  3. In a unitary system, all laws and decisions are made by the -government. In a federal system, such as the one we have in the United States, powers are divided between the - and national governments. national state

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