1.3.4 - Thinking Critically About Federalism Cynthia Fry Mt San Jacinto Thinking Critically About Federalism Think of the roads and streets you use

1.3.4 - Thinking Critically About Federalism Cynthia Fry Mt...

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Thinking Critically About Federalism Cynthia Fry Mt. San Jacinto Thinking Critically About Federalism Think of the roads and streets you use regularly. How is your roads and highways system an example of Federalism (Which level of government is responsible for which roads, etc.?) My roads and highways system are an example of Federalism because within Federalism is concurrent powers. Concurrent powers is when many powers and duties are shared between the state and national government. The state and national government then have the power to raise your taxes, build new roads, construct bridges, build railways, update telecommunication networks, etc. List two advantages and two disadvantages of unitary and confederate forms of government. Two advantages of a unitary government are that states offer protection for an
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