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1 April, 14:50

The system in which the national government shares power with state governments is called

A.

federalism.

B.

democracy.

C.

checks and balances.

D.

separation of powers.

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  1. 1 April, 16:02
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    A. Federalism

    Explanation:

    The system in which the national government shares power with state governments is called federalism. The United States is an example of this type of system because the federal (national) government shares power with the state governments.
  2. 1 April, 16:30
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    A federalism

    Explanation:

    It is seperation of powers between the government and states
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