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by dividing responsibilities between the federal and state governments

it creates distinct roles for the federal and state governments

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By dividing some responsibilities between the federal and state governments

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It creates both separate and overlapping powers for the federal and state governments.

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It creates distinct roles for the federal and state government?

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The stronger a federal government is, the weaker each individual state government becomes.

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