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Question 1: In 1787, federal congress participated in what is known as the ________ and by 1789, the U.S.
Annapolis Convention (1786)Twenty-seventh Amendment to the United States ConstitutionUnited States ConstitutionPhiladelphia Convention

Question 2: Basically, the central government has the power to make laws for the whole country, in contrast with ________.
ProvinceFranceMunicipalityLocal government

Question 3: Central government or union government is the ________ at the level of the nation-state.
DemocracyAuthoritarianismAnarchyGovernment

Question 4: Usual responsibilities of this level of government are maintaining national security and exercising international ________, including the right to sign binding treaties.
RomeDiplomacyEuropeItaly

Question 5: Other nation-states followed suit in establishing federal governments: Switzerland (1848); Canada (1867); Germany (1871 and again 1949); ________ (1901); Austria (1920 and again 1945).
AustraliaJamaicaBarbadosUnited Kingdom

Question 6: The ________ is considered the first modern federation.
AlaskaCanadaUnited StatesPhilippines







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