Chapter 3 Federalism Study Guide

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Chapter 3 Federalism Study Guide POS 2311 Over the course of American history , the federal government has grown _________compared with the states. (p.75) What is the best way to describe a unitary system of government? ( p.53) HINT: The test will give several examples and one of the examples will best fit the unitary system. What nation does not have a strong federal system? (p.53) The federal system can best be defined as? (pp.52-53) The specific powers granted to the federal government to Article I, Section 8 called the? (p.53) A good example of an implied power under the Constitution is the ______ clause. (p.53) What is a good example of police powers of state government? (p.54) What is the purpose of the Tenth Amendment? (p.54) The authority of the states to regulate the safety , health, and even morals of its citizens is called ________ power. (p.54) The full faith and credit clause of the Constitution requires? ( pp.54-55) When both the state and national governments possess a certain authority , it is called? ( p.54) What is a good example of concurrent power under the federal constitution? (p.54) What constitutional clause affirms that national laws and treaties, made under the authority of the Constitution, are the supreme law of the land? (p.53) Why was the decision by Massachusetts to recognize gay and lesbian marriages such
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