ISS 225 Terms for Exam I

ISS 225 Terms for Exam I - ISS 225 Terms (9/24/07) 1. 2. 3....

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ISS 225 Terms (9/24/07) 1. Anti-Federalist – People who opposed a strong central gov’t, and thought that our Constitution needed a Bill of Rights. 2. Devolution – Granting more power to the state and local govt’s. 3. Federal Mandate – The Federal gov’t can entice states to change their laws, erect buildings, etc., by giving them money. 4. Unfunded Mandate – The state/local gov’t must comply with Federal rule even w/o incentive of money. 5. Express Powers – Powers reserved for the Federal gov’t written in the Constitution. 6. **Necessary and Proper Clause - Implied power and national supremacy. Established in McCulloch v. Maryland (1819). Ruled that the national gov’t had the authority to tax but Maryland did not. 7. Reserve Power – Powers not delegated in the Constitution are given to the state. 8. Concurrent power – Powers that can be exercised by all levels of gov’t. 9.
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