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Chapter 4 Federalism
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The basic premise of federalism is that
two or more governments hare power and authority over the same land and people
The "necessary and proper" clause of Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution is an example of a(n) "_____ clause".
The Great Depression represented a shift away from __ and toward ____
dual federalism; cooperative federalism
According to John Marshall's decision in McCulloch v. Maryland (1819), the elastic clause might be interpreted to mean that congress can take a particular action not specified in the constitution if that actin is
plainly adapted to achieving a legitimate constitutional end
Money paid by one level of government to another level of government to be spent for a given purpose is called a
suppose congress funds elementary education by giving states a grant that the states then designate the specific educational programs to receive these funds. This is an example of a
The process of redrawing boundaries for electoral jurisdictions is known as
the complexity of the American federal system encourages
What compromise did the delegates create to resolve the issue of state representation?
The sum of past federal deficits is reflected in the federal:
who's responsible for making all of the other courts in the federal judiciary
What are the key common characteristics of members of Congress?
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