Lecture 9_10 - Federalism 9/10 Lecture Outline Constitutional Bases of Federalism(quick review Theories of Federalism Federalism Over Time

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Federalism 9/10 Lecture Outline Constitutional Bases of Federalism (quick review) Theories of Federalism Federalism Over Time Federalism v. Separation of Power
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Constitutional Bases of Federalism: Strong National Government, I Powers expressly given to Congress, Executive, and Judiciary Implied powers to Congress McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)
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Constitutional Bases of Federalism: Strong National Government, II National supremacy clause (Article VI) Powers Denied to the states (Article I, section 10)
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Constitutional Bases of Federalism: Limits on the National Government, I 9 th Amendment: listing of rights does not mean people do not retain other rights 10 th Amendment reserves powers to the states and the people ( Reserved powers )
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Constitutional Bases of Federalism: Limits on the National Government, II Article IV: national government cannot get rid of the states Concurrent powers
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Theories of Federalism Nation-centered v. state-centered Layer cake (dual) v. marble cake
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Lecture 9_10 - Federalism 9/10 Lecture Outline Constitutional Bases of Federalism(quick review Theories of Federalism Federalism Over Time

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