the power to assume responsibility for a state government function
organization of government administrators to carry out legislation
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
gives all key powers to the national or central government
divides powers of government between the national government and state or provincial governments
loose union of independent states
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