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Federalism Video Worksheet CH. 3 Directions : Please fill out the worksheet as you watch the video, and turn it in to me in class. You may write directly on this page. Link for the video for this worksheet 1. __ Federalism _ Distribution of power between the State and Federal Government is called? 2. Roughly, how many nations have a Federal system of government ? __ roughly about 15 nations _ 3. Most nations have what type of system of government? __ Unitary system of government __ 4. The interaction and dealings between Federal, state, and local governments is called _ Intergovernmental relations _ (2 words). 5. What Amendment says states keep all powers not forbidden in the Constitution? _ 10th amendment __ 6. Powers listed in the Constitution that the states cannot do are called _ Implied powers _ (2 words). 7. What Article of the Constitution will you find the Enumerated powers found?
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Unformatted text preview: _ Article 1 _ 8. What are the powers that the Federal and State governments share called? _ Concurrent Powers _ 9. Federal law comes before state law is known as? _ Supremremacy Clause _ 10. Where does the “Implied powers” get their power from? _ Elastic Clause _ 11. If it’s not in the Constitution, it can’t be done. This is the idea of _ Strict Construction _ (2 words). 12. States must honor the acts, records, and, proceedings of other states is called? _ Full Faith and Credit Clause __ 13. Cooperative Federalism is also known as? _ Marble Cake _ 14. What type of grant can only be used by states for specific purposes? _ Categorial Grants _ 15. A requirement that states must provide certain services as a condition of receiving federal funds is called? _ Cross cutting requirements _...
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