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Which System of Government Is Not Defined by a Geographic Distribution of Power?

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A unitary system of government is not defined by a geographic distribution of power, but rather all of the power resides in one centralized government.

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In a unitary system of government, if there are any lower-level governments, they do nothing but implement the power imposed by the central government. In a unitary government, the same set of laws applies throughout the entire country or nation. Lawmakers create the policy, and then that policy is applied uniformly. A unitary government must overlook all of the local differences that may exist throughout the nation that could call for different rules or policies.

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