How did the Greco-Macedonian states differ from the Greek city-states?

The whole point is that the Greek city-states were separate city-states, while Macedonia was one whole kingdom, which was under the rule of one king. This was her main advantage over the Greeks in their war. The Greeks were weakened by internal strife. Athens has long lost its former power and authority in Greece. In this connection, Macedonia was ultimately able to conquer most of the territory of Greece.

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