Enumerated, Concurrent, & Reserved Powers

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Enumerated Powers

National Powers, which include: Regulate trade, Coin Money, Provide an army and navy, Conduct foreign affairs, Set up federal courts

Concurrent Powers

National and State Powers, which include: Enforce the laws, establish courts, collect taxes, Borrow money, provide for the general welfare

Reserved Powers

State Powers, which include: Regulate trade within the state, establish local government systems, conduct elections, establish public school systems

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