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express powers

powers specifically stated in the constitution

implied powers

powers inferred from express powers

imheremt powers

powers that come with an existing government

four constitution powers

the national supremacy article, the war power, regulating interstate commerce, power to tax and spend

national supremacy article

the supreme law of the land

the war power

the government power to protect national security only congress and federal can declare

regulating interstate commerce

gives power to congress to regulate

gibbons vs. ogdens

case asserted that congress power over commerce overrides the state.

power to tax and spend

allows congress and states the power to influence or control state decisions

concurrent powers

powers available to the states and and federal governments

examples of concurrent powers

declaring war
form alliance
taxing imports and exports

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