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All questions:  http://regentsprep.org/Regents/core/questions/questions.cfm? http://highered.mcgraw- hill.com/sites/007281733x/student_view0/chapter3/multiple_choice_quiz.html http://regentsprep.org/Regents/core/questions/questions.cfm? The writers of  the Constitution established a federal system of government because: the states already existed as sovereign entities. The  Constitution allows the states to:  govern intrastate commerce. In  McCulloch  v.  Maryland  , the Supreme Court ruled : in favor of national authority. Modern day  federalism requires  the recognition of which of the  two  following  countervailing trends:  long-term expansion of national authority. "Each state should be allowed to determine for itself the extent to which 
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Unformatted text preview: national authority restricts its actions"? The separate but equal standard was created by Supreme Court Plessy vs Ferguson more specifically. The principle of checks and balances is based on the notion that: power must be used to offset power. Modern day federalism requires the recognition of which of the two following countervailing trends: Which one of the following was not one of the results of the Republican Revolution of 1995: Which one of the following was not one of the results of the Republican Revolution of 1995: The Constitution allows the states to: make commercial agreements with other states without the consent of Congress....
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This note was uploaded on 07/05/2009 for the course PS PS 231 taught by Professor Knight during the Spring '09 term at Chadron State College.

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