system in which power is divided between the states and the national governments
Division of Powers
the separation of duties and responsibilities between the states and the national government
powers the constitution gives the national government
powers that are directly stated in the constitution
powers that are not stated directly in the constitution but can be reasonably assumed by the expressed powers
powers that are not stated directly in the constitution but belong to the national government
power the constitution denies to the national government
powers that belong exclusively to the 50 states
powers that the states and the national government both exercise
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