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Unformatted text preview: A. regional minorities B. Secure Economic and Military Security C. Provides a laboratory for States to experiment with policy D. Inefficient, complex, and slow to respond Katrina E. Complicate accountability for the electorate IV. Powers of the National Government A. Exclusive Powers B. Concurrent Powers C. Powers Reserved to the States D. Implied Powers of the National Government (Necessary and Proper Clause) V. Courts defining the scope of Federal and State Authority A. McCulloch v. Maryland (Implied Powers) B. Gibbons v. Ogden (Commerce clause) C. Civil War end of dual citizenship and 14 th Amendment limits on state power D. Cooperative Federalism federal government dangling grants of aid to influence states E. The new Federalism U.S. v. Lopez and the Gun-Free School Zones Act of 1990...
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