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AP Government and Politics Federalism Vocabulary
Federalism
Unitary Governments
Supremacy Clause
Tenth Amendment
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
a way of organizing a nation so that all powers resides in a…
Article VI of the Constitution which makes the Constitution,…
the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitu…
Federalism
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
Unitary Governments
a way of organizing a nation so that all powers resides in a…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 3 Federalism Vocabulary
federalism
unitary governments
intergovernmental relations
supremacy clause
2 or more governments exercise power and authority over the s…
all power in central government
workings of federal system and how government works together
constitution is law of the land (Article 6)
federalism
2 or more governments exercise power and authority over the s…
unitary governments
all power in central government
AP US Government and Politics Federalism Vocabulary
Permissive Federalism
Bush Federalism
Judicial Federalsim
Competitive Federalism
Implies that although federalism provides "a sharing of power…
(Not an actual form of federalism) but gave an extreme amount…
A theory that the judicial branch has a place in the check an…
Began under Richard Nixon and known as the new federalism. Th…
Permissive Federalism
Implies that although federalism provides "a sharing of power…
Bush Federalism
(Not an actual form of federalism) but gave an extreme amount…
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Federalism Terms || AP Government & Politics
federalism
unitary governments
confederation
supremacy clause
A way of organizing a nation so that two levels of government…
A way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
an organization that consists of a number of parties or group…
Article VI of the Constitution,... which makes the Constitution,…
federalism
A way of organizing a nation so that two levels of government…
unitary governments
A way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 3 Federalism Vocabulary
federalism
unitary governments
Confederate Government
intergovernmental relations
2 or more governments exercise power and authority over the s…
all power in central government
Limited power in central government
workings of federal system and how government works together
federalism
2 or more governments exercise power and authority over the s…
unitary governments
all power in central government
AP US Government and Politics Chapter 3 Vocabulary- Federalism
Federal system
Confederation
Unitary system
Tenth Amendment
System of government where the national government and state…
Type of government where the national government derives its…
System of government where the local and regional governments…
The final part of the Bill of Rights that defines the basic p…
Federal system
System of government where the national government and state…
Confederation
Type of government where the national government derives its…
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AP US Government and Politics: Federalism
Federalism
Debate over constitution
Many favored a unitary government
____% of countries have a unitary gove…
Shared powers between national and state
Elite democrats favor moving power from states to the nationa…
on in which all was controlled by national government and moe…
90
Federalism
Shared powers between national and state
Debate over constitution
Elite democrats favor moving power from states to the nationa…
AP Government and Politics Federalism Notes
What is federalism?
What are four ways that federalisim af…
What is the biggest source of politica…
What are three ways of ordering relati…
Definition: A political system in which the national governme…
How much you pay in certain taxes... Whether or where you can b…
Biggest source of political conflict in the US (state v natio…
Unitary System... Federal System... Confederal system
What is federalism?
Definition: A political system in which the national governme…
What are four ways that federalisim af…
How much you pay in certain taxes... Whether or where you can b…
AP Government & Politics: Origins of American Federalism
roots of federalism
unitary system
confederation
federal system
unitary system ... confederation... federal system... federalism
-a system of government in which the power is derived/vested…
states retain power and delegate powers to the federal govern…
the power of the government is derived from the people to the…
roots of federalism
unitary system ... confederation... federal system... federalism
unitary system
-a system of government in which the power is derived/vested…
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AP US Government and Politics Chapter 3 - Federalism
Article VI
block grants
categorical grants
special-act charter
supremacy clause of the Constitution
money from the national government that states can spend with…
federal grants for specific purposes, such as building an air…
applies to a certain city and lists what that city can and ca…
Article VI
supremacy clause of the Constitution
block grants
money from the national government that states can spend with…
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AP Government: Federalism and Political Parties
Bill Attainder
Charter
County
Extradition Clause
A law declaring an act illegal without a judicial trial
A document that, like a constitution, specifies the basic pol…
The basic administration unit of local government.
Part of Article 4 of the Constitution that requires states to…
Bill Attainder
A law declaring an act illegal without a judicial trial
Charter
A document that, like a constitution, specifies the basic pol…
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AP US Government and Politics Chapter 3 Vocabulary- Federalism
Federal system
Confederation
Unitary system
Tenth Amendment
System of government where the national government and state…
Type of government where the national government derives its…
System of government where the local and regional governments…
The final part of the Bill of Rights that defines the basic p…
Federal system
System of government where the national government and state…
Confederation
Type of government where the national government derives its…
40 terms
AP US Government and Politics Chapter 3 Vocabulary- Federalism
Federal system
Confederation
Unitary system
Tenth Amendment
System of government where the national government and state…
Type of government where the national government derives its…
System of government where the local and regional governments…
The final part of the Bill of Rights that defines the basic p…
Federal system
System of government where the national government and state…
Confederation
Type of government where the national government derives its…
39 terms
AP US Government and Politics: Federalism
Federalism
Debate over constitution
Many favored a unitary government
____% of countries have a unitary gove…
Shared powers between national and state
Elite democrats favor moving power from states to the nationa…
on in which all was controlled by national government and moe…
90
Federalism
Shared powers between national and state
Debate over constitution
Elite democrats favor moving power from states to the nationa…
AP US Government and Politics: Federalism
Categorical Grants
Commerce Clause
Concurrent Powers
Cooperative Federalism
grants, issued by the United States Congress, which may be sp…
refers to Article 1, Section 8, Clause 3 of the U.S. Constitu…
powers that are shared by both the State and the federal gove…
a concept of federalism in which national, state, and local g…
Categorical Grants
grants, issued by the United States Congress, which may be sp…
Commerce Clause
refers to Article 1, Section 8, Clause 3 of the U.S. Constitu…
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AP Government and Politics : Chapter 4, Federalism
Sovereignty
Federalism
Dual Federalism
States' Rights
The quality of being supreme in power or authority
the separation of powers between federal and local governments
A system of government in which both the states and the natio…
the rights and powers held by individual US states rather tha…
Sovereignty
The quality of being supreme in power or authority
Federalism
the separation of powers between federal and local governments
AP U.S. Government and Politics Vocabulary: The Constitution and Federalism
Majority rule
Checks and balances
Unitary system
Federalism
A fundamental democratic principle requiring that the majorit…
system in which each branch of government can limit the power…
system of government in which all power is invested in a cent…
A system of government in which power is divided by a written…
Majority rule
A fundamental democratic principle requiring that the majorit…
Checks and balances
system in which each branch of government can limit the power…
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Ap Government and Politics: The Federal Courts
standing to sue
class action suite
justiciable disputes
amicus curiae briefs
The requirement that plaintiffs have a serious interest in a…
Lawsuits permitting a small number of people to sue on behalf…
A requirement that to be heard a case must be capable of bein…
Legal briefs submitted by a "friend of the court" for the pur…
standing to sue
The requirement that plaintiffs have a serious interest in a…
class action suite
Lawsuits permitting a small number of people to sue on behalf…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 3: federalism
federalism
unitary governments
intergovernmental relations
supremacy clause
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
the workings of the federal system--the entire set of interac…
the clause in article VI of the Constitution that makes the C…
federalism
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
unitary governments
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
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AP Government and Politics Ch.3: Federalism
federalism
Sovereignty
Confederacy
Unitary system
A governmental system in which authority is divided between t…
The ultimate authority to govern within a certain geographica…
A governmental system in which sovereignty is vested entirely…
A governmental system in which the national government alone…
federalism
A governmental system in which authority is divided between t…
Sovereignty
The ultimate authority to govern within a certain geographica…
ap government- federalism vocabulary
Devolution revolution
Federalism
Dual federalism (layer cake federalism)
Cooperative federalism
The effort to slow the growth of the federal government by re…
Constitutional arrangement in which power is distributed betw…
Views the Constitution as giving a limited list of powers—pri…
Stresses federalism as a system of intergovernmental relation…
Devolution revolution
The effort to slow the growth of the federal government by re…
Federalism
Constitutional arrangement in which power is distributed betw…
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AP Government and Politics Federalism & Constitutional Underpinnings
block grant
categorical grant
checks and balances
commerce clause
money granted by the federal government to the states for bro…
money granted by the federal government to the states for a n…
system in which each branch of government can limit the power…
gives Congress the power to regulate commerce among the state…
block grant
money granted by the federal government to the states for bro…
categorical grant
money granted by the federal government to the states for a n…
AP Government and Politics Chapter 3: federalism
federalism
unitary governments
intergovernmental relations
supremacy clause
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
the workings of the federal system--the entire set of interac…
the clause in article VI of the Constitution that makes the C…
federalism
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
unitary governments
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
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AP Government and Politics Vocabulary
Government (chapter 1)
Public Goods (chapter 1)
Democracy (chapter 1)
Political Culture (chapter 1)
The institutions throughout which public policies are made fo…
Goods such as clean, air, clean water; that everyone must share
A system of selecting policymakers and of organizing governme…
An overall set of values widely shared within a society
Government (chapter 1)
The institutions throughout which public policies are made fo…
Public Goods (chapter 1)
Goods such as clean, air, clean water; that everyone must share
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Chapter 3: Federalism - AP Government and Politics
Federalism
Unitary governments
Intergovernmental relations
Supremacy clause
A way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
A way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
The workings of the federal system-the entire set of interact…
Article VI of the Constitution, which makes the Constitution,…
Federalism
A way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
Unitary governments
A way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
153 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 3 - Federalism
INTRO
VOCABULARY: Federalism
MAIN PROBLEM? Give three examples
VOCABULARY: Devolution
...
Government authority shared by national and state governments
- Struggle: National Government vs. State Government or "Nati…
The effort in giving responsibility for many public programs…
INTRO
...
VOCABULARY: Federalism
Government authority shared by national and state governments
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AP Government & Politics - Federalism (ch. 3)
Federalism
"necessary and proper" clause
nullification
dual federalism
Government authority shared by national and local governments
Section of the Constitution allowing Congress to a pass all l…
the doctrine that a state can declare null and void a federal…
doctrine holding that the national government its supreme in…
Federalism
Government authority shared by national and local governments
"necessary and proper" clause
Section of the Constitution allowing Congress to a pass all l…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 14: The Federal Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
civil service
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
one of the key inducements used by party machines. A [...] jo…
passed in 1883, an act that created a federal civil service s…
a system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
bureaucracy
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
patronage
one of the key inducements used by party machines. A [...] jo…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 15 - The Federal Courts
standing to sue
class action suits
justiciable disputes
amicus curaie ("friend of the court")…
the requirement that plaintiffs have a serious interest in a…
lawsuits in which a small number of people sue on behalf of a…
issues capable of being settled as a matter of law
legal briefs submitted by a "friends of the court" for the pu…
standing to sue
the requirement that plaintiffs have a serious interest in a…
class action suits
lawsuits in which a small number of people sue on behalf of a…
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AP Government with Politics and Economics. Federalism.
Referendum
Federalism
National Unitary
State Confederate
A general vote by the electorate on a single political questi…
A form of government where the power is shared through differ…
One level has all the power (usually the national governments)
Power is held by the state and local government.
Referendum
A general vote by the electorate on a single political questi…
Federalism
A form of government where the power is shared through differ…
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AP Government and Politics - Congress, President, and Federal Courts
incumbents
casework
pork barrel
bicameral legislature
those individuals who already hold office. In congressional e…
activities of members of Congress that helps constituents as…
Federal projects, grants, and contracts available to state an…
a legislature divided into two houses. The U.S Congress and a…
incumbents
those individuals who already hold office. In congressional e…
casework
activities of members of Congress that helps constituents as…
Ap Government- Federalism Vocabulary
Article VI (6)
Block Grants
Categorical Grants
Confederation (or confederate system)
A part of the constitution that makes the laws and treaties o…
Grants given by the federal government to state/local governm…
Grants given by the federal government to state/local authori…
A form of government that has sovereignty in the hands of the…
Article VI (6)
A part of the constitution that makes the laws and treaties o…
Block Grants
Grants given by the federal government to state/local governm…
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AP Government: Federalism VOCABULARY
Federalism
unitary government
intergovernmental relations
supremacy clause
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
the workings of the federal system- the entire set of interac…
the clause in article VI of the Constitution that makes the C…
Federalism
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
unitary government
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
Mrs. Moll's AP Government and Politics - Federalism
Block Grants
Categorical Grants
Chisholm v Georgia (1793)
Commerce clause
Federal grants given more or less automatically to states or…
Federal grants for specific purposes, such as building an air…
The Amendment limits the jurisdiction of the federal courts t…
The clause in the Constitution (Article I, Section 8, Clause…
Block Grants
Federal grants given more or less automatically to states or…
Categorical Grants
Federal grants for specific purposes, such as building an air…
AP Government and Politics- Federalism (Handout 1-5)
Two types of federalism
Dual Federalism
Cooperative Federalism
Grants-in-Aide System
Dual federalism ... Cooperative federalism
State and national governments remain supreme within their ow…
Federal government cooperates with the state governments to s…
National government provides millions of dollars for federal…
Two types of federalism
Dual federalism ... Cooperative federalism
Dual Federalism
State and national governments remain supreme within their ow…
AP US Government and Politics Vocab - Unit 4 Federalism
block grants
categorical grants
competitive federalism
cooperative federalism
a form of fiscal federalism where federal aid is given to the…
include project and formula grants and aim at assisting the s…
begun under Richard Nixon and known as the new federalism, th…
developed during the New Deal, it is characterized by the fed…
block grants
a form of fiscal federalism where federal aid is given to the…
categorical grants
include project and formula grants and aim at assisting the s…
AP Government and Politics Chapter 3: federalism
federalism
unitary governments
intergovernmental relations
supremacy clause
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
the workings of the federal system--the entire set of interac…
the clause in article VI of the Constitution that makes the C…
federalism
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
unitary governments
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
AP Government - Federalism Vocabulary
Article 6
Enumerated/Expressed Powers
Full faith and Credit
Priveleges and Immunities
Established that the Constitution, Federal law, and Treaties…
Powers of the federal government, specifically listed in the…
A clause in Article IV of the Constitution that requires each…
Prohibits states from discriminating against citizens of othe…
Article 6
Established that the Constitution, Federal law, and Treaties…
Enumerated/Expressed Powers
Powers of the federal government, specifically listed in the…
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Ap government and Politics ch 16 The Federal Courts
standing to sue
class action suite
justiciable disputes
amicus curiae briefs
The requirement that plaintiffs have a serious interest in a…
Lawsuits permitting a small number of people to sue on behalf…
A requirement that to be heard a case must be capable of bein…
Legal briefs submitted by a "friend of the court" for the pur…
standing to sue
The requirement that plaintiffs have a serious interest in a…
class action suite
Lawsuits permitting a small number of people to sue on behalf…
AP Government and Politics Ch.3 Federalism
Federalism
Unitary Governments
Intergovernmental Relations
Supremacy Clause
A way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
A way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in a i…
The workings of the federal system the entire State set of in…
The clause in Article VI of the Constitution that makes the C…
Federalism
A way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
Unitary Governments
A way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in a i…
25 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 3: federalism
federalism
unitary governments
intergovernmental relations
supremacy clause
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
the workings of the federal system--the entire set of interac…
the clause in article VI of the Constitution that makes the C…
federalism
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
unitary governments
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
AP Government and Politics Chapter 3: federalism
federal system
unitary system
Confederal System
intergovernmental relations
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
a governmental structure in which several independent soverei…
the workings of the federal system--the entire set of interac…
federal system
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
unitary system
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
45 terms
Chapter 3: Federalism - AP Government and Politics
Federalism
Unitary governments
Intergovernmental relations
Supremacy clause
A way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
A way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
The workings of the federal system-the entire set of interact…
Article VI of the Constitution, which makes the Constitution,…
Federalism
A way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
Unitary governments
A way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
AP Government and Politics Chapter 3 Federalism
Advantage of federalism
Advantage of federalism
Advantage of federalism
Advantage of federalism
Ideally suited to large geographical area to encourage divers…
Avoids concentration of political power
Accommodated already existing state government
States serve as training grounds for future representitives
Advantage of federalism
Ideally suited to large geographical area to encourage divers…
Advantage of federalism
Avoids concentration of political power
AP Government and Politics Chapter 3: federalism
federalism
unitary governments
intergovernmental relations
supremacy clause
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
the workings of the federal system--the entire set of interac…
the clause in article VI of the Constitution that makes the C…
federalism
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
unitary governments
a way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
AP Government and Politics Chapter 3: Federalism
national interests
state's rights
waiver
John Marshall
governmental concerns considered to be primarily the responsi…
governmental concerns considered to be primarily the responsi…
allows a violation of a law or a rule that would otherwise ap…
an individual who shared Hamilton's viewpoint on federalism a…
national interests
governmental concerns considered to be primarily the responsi…
state's rights
governmental concerns considered to be primarily the responsi…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 3 - Federalism
VOCABULARY: Federalism
MAIN PROBLEM?(federalism)
VOCABULARY: Devolution
In other words.... devolution is
Government authority shared by national and state governments
- Struggle: National Government vs. State Government or "Nati…
The effort in giving responsibility for many public programs…
the ability for the states to take on certain responsibilitie…
VOCABULARY: Federalism
Government authority shared by national and state governments
MAIN PROBLEM?(federalism)
- Struggle: National Government vs. State Government or "Nati…
15 terms
AP Government and Politics chapter 3: Federalism
Controlled Substance Act 1970
Compassionate act 1996
California marijuana industry
Gonzales v. Raich (2005)
Prohibits the possession, use, or sale of marijuana
Legalized medical use of marijuana with doctors prescription.…
Growers and dispensaries paid substantial taxes to local and…
Congress can criminalise use of marijuana under commerce clau…
Controlled Substance Act 1970
Prohibits the possession, use, or sale of marijuana
Compassionate act 1996
Legalized medical use of marijuana with doctors prescription.…
21 terms
AP Government and Politics Federalism & Constitutional Underpinnings
block grant
categorical grant
checks and balances
commerce clause
money granted by the federal government to the states for bro…
money granted by the federal government to the states for a n…
system in which each branch of government can limit the power…
gives Congress the power to regulate commerce among the state…
block grant
money granted by the federal government to the states for bro…
categorical grant
money granted by the federal government to the states for a n…
AP Government and Politics Ch. 3: Federalism
Block Grants
Categorical Grants
Centralists
Commerce Clause
Federal programs that provide funds to state and local govern…
federal grants for specific purposes, such as building an air…
those who favor greater national authority rather than state…
The section of the Constitution in which Congress is given th…
Block Grants
Federal programs that provide funds to state and local govern…
Categorical Grants
federal grants for specific purposes, such as building an air…
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