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Unformatted text preview: GOV 310L American Government Lecture 11: Federalism Dr. Gary A. Keith Federalism I. Types of Government-Interaction Systems A. Sovereignty B. Unitary-Federal-Confederal C. U.S. history of changes D. States and Locals II. Federalism: What does it matter? A. B. C. Human rights, states' rights issues Variation, experimentation Public policy service levels III. Federalism and Jello A. Flow of power B. Dual, Shared C. Speculations on system-level changes I. Types of GovernmentInteraction Systems A. Sovereignty Ultimate Authority I. Types of GovernmentInteraction Systems B. Unitary-Federal-Confederal I. Types of GovernmentInteraction Systems C. U.S. history of changes Stages or American Federalism I. Types of GovernmentInteraction Systems D. States and Locals II. Federalism: What does it matter? A. Human rights, states' rights issues Your rights depend on where you live. II. Federalism: What does it matter? B. Variation, experimentation II. Federalism: What does it matter? C. Public policy service levels III. Federalism and Jello A. Flow of power III. Federalism and Jello B. Dual, Shared Power III. Federalism and Jello C. Speculations on system-level changes ...
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