chapt 4

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preemption

the power to assume responsibility for a state government function

bureaucracy

organization of government administrators to carry out legislation

national position

favors national action dealing with matters on how federalism should operate

mcculloch v. maryland, 1819

in the instance of conflict between the national government and a state government the national government is supreme

unitary system

gives all key powers to the national or central government

federal system

divides powers of government between the national government and state or provincial governments

confederacy

loose union of independent states

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