US History – why federalism is different form unitary system

Why did the framers of the US government design federalism to be different from the unitary system found in Great Britain?

The framers wanted to avoid the possibility of tyranny arising in their new government.

Federalism is a direct democracy in which the people make every political decision themselves.

Only within the federal system is there a president who holds all the power.

The federal system automatically gives all citizens equal liberties.




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