Those powers (expressed, implied, or inherent) specifically granted to the National Government by the constitution
Not expressed, but may be inferred through the use of the Necessary and Proper (elastic) Clause
division of powers
Basic principle of federalism; the constitutional provisions by which governmental powers are divided on a geographic basis (in the United States, between the National Government and the States).
Article VI sec 2 of the Constitution, which makes the Constitution, national laws, and treaties supreme over state laws when the two are in conflict.
A system of government in which a written constitution divides power between a central, or national, government and several regional governments, or states
Powers that Congress has that are specifically listed in the constitution
powers the constitution is presumed to have delegated to the national government because it is the government of a sovereign state within the world community
Powers not specifically granted to the federal government or denied to the states belong to the states and the people
Powers that the Constitution gives to both the national and state governments, such as the power to levy taxes.
those powers that can be exercised by the National Government alone