18 - 9.18.07 Federalist Papers and Federalism*V AND VI FOUND IN PREVIOUS NOTES V Federalists and Antifederalists VI Federalist Paper I Dual

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9.18.07 Federalist Papers and Federalism *V. AND VI. FOUND IN PREVIOUS NOTES.* V. Federalists and Antifederalists VI. Federalist Paper I. Dual Federalism (1790’s-1937) II. Decisions of the Supreme Court III. Evolution of Federalism IV. Cooperative Federalism (after 1937) V. Modern Variations of Federalism I. Federalism is constantly changing. In the beginning, we had dual federalism, also known as “lay- er cake federalism”, state government on the bottom and the national government on top. The key purpose of the national government was to promote commerce. Coining money and selling western territory were some examples of generating commerce. By then, the rest of the power was left for the state governments. Policies such as welfare and educa- tion were left up to states, also known as police powers. II. *Court cases, once given a story, know it and the book will fill in details as well. After knowing it, find out why it is important. First court case was in 1819, McCulloch v. Maryland. Congress decided to charter a bank. The
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course POLS 206 taught by Professor Someonethatwasjusttryingtogettheirdoctorate during the Fall '06 term at Texas A&M.

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18 - 9.18.07 Federalist Papers and Federalism*V AND VI FOUND IN PREVIOUS NOTES V Federalists and Antifederalists VI Federalist Paper I Dual

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