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55 terms
AP Government, Constitution+ Federalism
John Locke
Social Contract
Natural Rights
consent of the governed
1632-1704. English philosopher whose Treatises of Government…
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
...... Life, Liberty, and Property
the idea that government derives its authority by the sanctio…
John Locke
1632-1704. English philosopher whose Treatises of Government…
Social Contract
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
14 terms
AP Government Federalism
block grant
categorical grants
conditions of aid
dual federalism
Federal grants given more or less automatically to states or…
Federal grants that can be used only for specific purposes or…
Terms set by the national government that states must meet if…
A system of government in which both the states and the natio…
block grant
Federal grants given more or less automatically to states or…
categorical grants
Federal grants that can be used only for specific purposes or…
53 terms
AP Government- Federalism Terms
Federalism
Inherent Powers
Expressed Powers
Implied Powers
a system in which power is divided between the national and s…
any power which is acquired by the national government natura…
any power given to the national government which is clearly s…
powers which are granted to the national government that are…
Federalism
a system in which power is divided between the national and s…
Inherent Powers
any power which is acquired by the national government natura…
55 terms
AP Government, Constitution+ Federalism
John Locke
Social Contract
Natural Rights
consent of the governed
1632-1704. English philosopher whose Treatises of Government…
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
...... Life, Liberty, and Property
the idea that government derives its authority by the sanctio…
John Locke
1632-1704. English philosopher whose Treatises of Government…
Social Contract
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
25 terms
AP Government - 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…
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…
33 terms
AP Government- Federalism
Define Federalism
Why do we have Federalism in the U.S.?
What are the three types of federal go…
Define Delegated Powers
-Powers of government are divided between national (federal)…
-Authors of U.S. Constitution wanted to preserve existing sta…
Delegated powers; Implied powers; Inherent powers
-Powers specifically granted to the federal government by Con…
Define Federalism
-Powers of government are divided between national (federal)…
Why do we have Federalism in the U.S.?
-Authors of U.S. Constitution wanted to preserve existing sta…
52 terms
AP Government, Constitution+ Federalism
John Locke
Social Contract
Natural Rights
consent of the governed
1632-1704. English philosopher whose Treatises of Government…
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
...... Life, Liberty, and Property
the idea that government derives its authority by the sanctio…
John Locke
1632-1704. English philosopher whose Treatises of Government…
Social Contract
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
31 terms
AP Government: 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…
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…
28 terms
AP Government Federalism
categorical grants
conditions of aid
dual federalism
federalism
Federal grants that can be used only for specific purposes or…
Terms set by the national government that states must meet if…
A system of government in which both the states and the natio…
A system in which power is shared between the national and st…
categorical grants
Federal grants that can be used only for specific purposes or…
conditions of aid
Terms set by the national government that states must meet if…
56 terms
AP Government, Constitution+ Federalism
Social Contract
Natural Rights
direct democracy
Representative democracy
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
...... Life, Liberty, and Property
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
A system of government in which citizens elect representative…
Social Contract
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
Natural Rights
...... Life, Liberty, and Property
34 terms
AP Government Federalism
Devolution
Block Grants
Dual Federalism
Federalism
The effort to transfer responsibility for many public program…
money from the national government that states can send withi…
1865-1933 A system of government in which both the states and…
government authority is shared by national and state gov'ts
Devolution
The effort to transfer responsibility for many public program…
Block Grants
money from the national government that states can send withi…
59 terms
Federalism (AP US Government)
What is federalism?
Who usually wins in conflict: state or…
Federal Powers
Concurrent Powers
The relationships between the federal, state, and local gover…
Federal
Coin money, post office, declare war, treaties, armed forces,…
Tax, create laws, courts, eminent domain, fund education
What is federalism?
The relationships between the federal, state, and local gover…
Who usually wins in conflict: state or…
Federal
AP Government - Federalism
federalism
implied powers
supremacy clause
enumerated powers
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
powers of the federal government that go beyond those stated…
the clause is Article VI of the Constitution that makes the C…
powers of the federal government that are specifically addres…
federalism
a way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of go…
implied powers
powers of the federal government that go beyond those stated…
25 terms
AP Government | Federalism Terms
federalism
unitary governments
confederation
supremacy clause
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
A way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
Constitutional arrangement in which sovereign nations or stat…
Article VI of the Constitution, which makes the Constitution,…
federalism
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
unitary governments
A way of organizing a nation so that all power resides in the…
113 terms
AP Government Federalism Test
devolution revolution
unitary governmnet
confederation
express powers
effort to slow the growth of the national government by retur…
a constitutional arrangement that concentrates power in a cen…
a constitutional arrangement in which sovereign nations or st…
those powers of congress that are specifically listed in the…
devolution revolution
effort to slow the growth of the national government by retur…
unitary governmnet
a constitutional arrangement that concentrates power in a cen…
41 terms
AP Government: Federalism (Ch.3)
Affordable Care Act
Americans with Disabilities Act
Arizona v. United States
Block Grants
ObamaCare (AKA the Affordable Care Act) is a US law aimed at…
The ADA is a wide-ranging civil rights law that prohibits dis…
Arizona v. United States, 567 U.S. ___ (2012), was a United S…
In a fiscal federal form of government, a block grant is a la…
Affordable Care Act
ObamaCare (AKA the Affordable Care Act) is a US law aimed at…
Americans with Disabilities Act
The ADA is a wide-ranging civil rights law that prohibits dis…
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…
21 terms
AP Government - 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…
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…
39 terms
AP Government Federalism Test
Americans with Disabilities Act (1990)
Article IV
Articles of Confederation
Block Grants
requires companies to make facilities accessible for disabled
The article of the U.S. Constitution that prohibits states fr…
First governing document of US - created a WEAK central gover…
general, states like them, began in 1960's, doled out on a fo…
Americans with Disabilities Act (1990)
requires companies to make facilities accessible for disabled
Article IV
The article of the U.S. Constitution that prohibits states fr…
55 terms
AP Government, Constitution+ Federalism borrowed
John Locke
Social Contract
Natural Rights
consent of the governed
1632-1704. English philosopher whose Treatises of Government…
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
...... Life, Liberty, and Property
the idea that government derives its authority by the sanctio…
John Locke
1632-1704. English philosopher whose Treatises of Government…
Social Contract
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
28 terms
AP Government Federalism
Devolution
Block Grants
Dual Federalism
Federalism
The effort to transfer responsibility for many public program…
money from the national government that states can send withi…
1865-1933 A system of government in which both the states and…
government authority is shared by national and state gov'ts
Devolution
The effort to transfer responsibility for many public program…
Block Grants
money from the national government that states can send withi…
31 terms
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…
34 terms
MVCS AP Government Federalism Chapter 3 Review
Why is federalism important?
What does Madison say about the role o…
Some powers granted to the federal gov…
Some powers granted to the states by t…
1. It decentralizes our politics... 2. It provides more opportun…
1. Keep the majority from invading the rights of other citize…
1. Coin money... 2. Conduct foreign relations, enter into treati…
1. Establish local governments... 2. Regulate commerce within a…
Why is federalism important?
1. It decentralizes our politics... 2. It provides more opportun…
What does Madison say about the role o…
1. Keep the majority from invading the rights of other citize…
11 terms
AP Government - IV. 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…
31 terms
AP Government Federalism Terms
Block Grant
Categorical Grants
Commerce Clause
Concurrent Powers
A grant-in-aid with few restrictions or rules about how money…
Money given for a specific purpose that comes with restrictio…
A clause in Article I, Section 8, of the U.S. Constitution th…
Powers exercised simultaneously by the state government and f…
Block Grant
A grant-in-aid with few restrictions or rules about how money…
Categorical Grants
Money given for a specific purpose that comes with restrictio…
25 terms
AP Government Federalism Terms
Federalism
Unitary government
Confederation
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…
A political system in which a weak central government has lim…
Article IV of the constitution, which makes the constitution,…
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…
24 terms
AP Government Federalism Terms
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…
A political system in which a weak central government has lim…
Article VI of the Constitution, which makes the Constituion,…
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…
26 terms
AP US GOVERNMENT- Federalism
Federalism
Delegated powers
Implied powers
Inherent powers
political system where the powers of government are divided b…
expressed, or enumerated, powers given specifically to the na…
although not expressed, powers that may be reasonably inferre…
powers that exist for the national government because the gov…
Federalism
political system where the powers of government are divided b…
Delegated powers
expressed, or enumerated, powers given specifically to the na…
11 terms
AP Government: Federalism
Federalism
Enumerated powers
Residual powers
Concurrent powers
the division of powers between national, state, and local gov…
numbered or listed powers delegated to the federal government…
powers not given to the federal government that are reserved…
powers given to both the federal government and the state gov…
Federalism
the division of powers between national, state, and local gov…
Enumerated powers
numbered or listed powers delegated to the federal government…
36 terms
AP Government Vocab: Federalism
federalism
devolution
sovereignty
unitary system
The shared powers between Federal and State governments.
Also known as New Federalism, and it gave the state governmen…
Sovereignty is defined as supreme political power. When the C…
A government that gives all key powers to the national or cen…
federalism
The shared powers between Federal and State governments.
devolution
Also known as New Federalism, and it gave the state governmen…
13 terms
AP Government "Federalism"
Concurrent Powers
Cooperative Federalism
Devolution
Dual Federalism
powers in nations with a federal system of government that ar…
A system of government in which powers and policy assignments…
the transfer or delegation of power to a lower level, especia…
a political arrangement in which power is divided between the…
Concurrent Powers
powers in nations with a federal system of government that ar…
Cooperative Federalism
A system of government in which powers and policy assignments…
24 terms
AP Government Federalism
federalism
Unitary Government
Intergovernmental Relations
Supremacy clause
A way of organizing a nation so hat two or more levels of gov…
A central government that holds supreme power in the nation.…
the entire set of interactions among national, state, and loc…
The clause in Article VI of the constitution that makes the c…
federalism
A way of organizing a nation so hat two or more levels of gov…
Unitary Government
A central government that holds supreme power in the nation.…
64 terms
AP Government - Federalism
Unitary System
Confederal System
Federal system
Dual federalism
Federal government is sovereign.
States are sovereign, and federal government requires permiss…
Sovereignty is shared between federal and state gov't.
National gov't and state gov't both remain in their own spher…
Unitary System
Federal government is sovereign.
Confederal System
States are sovereign, and federal government requires permiss…
53 terms
AP Government- Federalism Terms
Federalism
Inherent Powers
Expressed Powers
Implied Powers
a system in which power is divided between the national and s…
any power which is acquired by the national government natura…
any power given to the national government which is clearly s…
powers which are granted to the national government that are…
Federalism
a system in which power is divided between the national and s…
Inherent Powers
any power which is acquired by the national government natura…
44 terms
Federalism Test - AP Government
Government control of immigration is a…
This makes the acts and treaties of th…
This power is denied to the national g…
This is a constitutional obligation of…
Inherent powers
Supremacy Clause
Tax exports
protect states from invasion
Government control of immigration is a…
Inherent powers
This makes the acts and treaties of th…
Supremacy Clause
AP Government - Unit 1 | Federalism
Federalism
Devolution
Block Grants
Mandates
Government authority shared by national and local governments.
The effort to transfer responsibility for many public program…
Money from the national government that states can spend with…
Terms set by the national government that states must meet wh…
Federalism
Government authority shared by national and local governments.
Devolution
The effort to transfer responsibility for many public program…
20 terms
AP Government: Federalism
federalism
unitary governments
intergovernmental regulations
supremacy clause
A system where national and state governments each have defin…
One level of government controls all aspects of nation... Stron…
The workings of the federal system - the entire set of intera…
The Federal constitution, laws, and treaties are the supreme…
federalism
A system where national and state governments each have defin…
unitary governments
One level of government controls all aspects of nation... Stron…
14 terms
Ap Government Federalism
Block Grants
Categorical Grants
Competitive Grants
Creative federalism
a form of fiscal federalism where federal aid given to the st…
includes project and formula grants and aim at assisting the…
First started under Richard Nixon and known as the new federa…
developed during President Lyndon Johnson's administration, i…
Block Grants
a form of fiscal federalism where federal aid given to the st…
Categorical Grants
includes project and formula grants and aim at assisting the…
9 terms
AP Government: Federalism
Dual Federalism
Cooperative Federalism
Creative Federalism
Block Grants
separate but equally powerful branches and levels of governme…
All levels of government working together to achieve and solv…
Shift of power toward the national government by bypassing st…
Grants given to states with little restriction on how to hand…
Dual Federalism
separate but equally powerful branches and levels of governme…
Cooperative Federalism
All levels of government working together to achieve and solv…
42 terms
AP Government Federalism
Federalism and goals of Founders
Advantages and disadvantages of federa…
10th Amendment and its implications
16th Amendment and its implications
2 or more levels of government that have formal authority ove…
Advantages:... Ensures the separation of powers and prevents tyr…
"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constit…
The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on inc…
Federalism and goals of Founders
2 or more levels of government that have formal authority ove…
Advantages and disadvantages of federa…
Advantages:... Ensures the separation of powers and prevents tyr…
13 terms
AP Government Federalism Terms
Block grants
Categorical grant-in-aid
Commerce clause
Concurrent Powers
Broad grants to states for specific activities, such as publi…
A grant issued by the U.S. Congress that may only be spent fo…
The clause in the Constitution (Article 1, Section 8, Clause…
Powers that the Constitution gives to both the national and s…
Block grants
Broad grants to states for specific activities, such as publi…
Categorical grant-in-aid
A grant issued by the U.S. Congress that may only be spent fo…
27 terms
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…
33 terms
AP Government Federalism
Federalism
Supremacy Clause
10th amendment
Full Faith and Credit
System of shared powers between units of government
In article VI, it states that the U.S. Constitution, Laws of…
Forbids the national government from usurping state powers
Each state must know official documents and judgements render…
Federalism
System of shared powers between units of government
Supremacy Clause
In article VI, it states that the U.S. Constitution, Laws of…
50 terms
AP Government - Federalism vocab
Effort to scale back federal governmen…
Money from national government for pro…
Sharing of power between federal and l…
System in which sovereignty is wholly…
Devolution
Block grants
Federalism
Unitary system
Effort to scale back federal governmen…
Devolution
Money from national government for pro…
Block grants
36 terms
AP Government: Federalism
Origin of Federalism
Problem of federalism
Confederation
Unitary
"foetus"=covenant
Preserving traditional independents and rights of the states…
Central government only has power given by sub-national gover…
National government creates and gives power to sub-national g…
Origin of Federalism
"foetus"=covenant
Problem of federalism
Preserving traditional independents and rights of the states…
10 terms
AP Government Review (Federalism)
Unitary vs. Confederal vs. Federal sys…
Implied vs. Enumerated Powers
Significance of Marshall on the SCOTUS…
Power of the Commerce Clause (know sev…
Unitary system - A system in which sovereignty is in the hand…
Implied powers - Powers that are not specifically listed in t…
Marshall stated that no state could state could tax any arm o…
The Commerce Clause states that the US Government holds the p…
Unitary vs. Confederal vs. Federal sys…
Unitary system - A system in which sovereignty is in the hand…
Implied vs. Enumerated Powers
Implied powers - Powers that are not specifically listed in t…
14 terms
AP Government- Federalism
Block grants
Categorical grants
Commerce clause
Competitive federalism
Federal grants given more or less automatically to states or…
Federal grants that can be used only for specific purposes or…
The clause in the Constitution (Article I, Section 8, Clause…
Views the national government, 50 states, and thousands of lo…
Block grants
Federal grants given more or less automatically to states or…
Categorical grants
Federal grants that can be used only for specific purposes or…
10 terms
AP US Government (Federalism)
block grants
categorical grants
Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)
eminent domain
a form of grant-in-aid that the federal government uses to pr…
grants issued by the United States Congress, which may be spe…
(enacted September 21, 1996) a United States federal law that…
the right of a government or its agent to expropriate private…
block grants
a form of grant-in-aid that the federal government uses to pr…
categorical grants
grants issued by the United States Congress, which may be spe…
41 terms
AP Government: Fiscal Federalism
Coin money; declare war; regulate inte…
No
14th Amendment
McCulloch v. Maryland
List three powers granted only to the federal government.... Ans…
Does the Tenth Amendment give states power superior to that o…
What is the only exception to individuals not being allowed t…
What Supreme Court case ruled on the Supremacy Clause and the…
Coin money; declare war; regulate inte…
List three powers granted only to the federal government.... Ans…
No
Does the Tenth Amendment give states power superior to that o…
34 terms
AP Government Federalism
Devolution
Block Grants
Dual Federalism
Federalism
The effort to transfer responsibility for many public program…
money from the national government that states can send withi…
1865-1933 A system of government in which both the states and…
government authority is shared by national and state gov'ts
Devolution
The effort to transfer responsibility for many public program…
Block Grants
money from the national government that states can send withi…
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