Chapter 3 Study Guide

Chapter 3 Study Guide - 14. What does the Constitution say...

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Chapter 3 Study Guide 1. What is federalism? 2. How are the three systems of government different: unitary, federation, and confederation? 3. What are the three conditions required of a federal system? 4. What is the difference between dual and shared federalism? 5. What are some examples of exclusive powers of the national government? Exclusive powers of the state government? 6. What are some powers denied to the national government? The state governments? Make sure you know at least two examples for each one. 7. Where do states and the national government share power? 8. What is the argument against nationalization?
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9. How did the United States become a nation of nationalized public policy instead of a nation of segmented communities? 10. How have policy areas been transferred to the federal government? What problems did this solve? 11. Give an example of the coordination problem faced by the states? 12. An example of reneging and shirking? 13. An example of cutthroat competition?
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Unformatted text preview: 14. What does the Constitution say about federalism- how does it promote it? 15. How did the Senate aid the cause of states’ rights until the 17 th Amendment was enacted? 16. How is the Supremacy clause related to federalism? The Tenth Amendment? Which of these two has had more of an impact on the relationship between the national government and the state governments? 17. Why were McCulloch v. Maryland and Gibbons v. Ogden relevant to the relationship between the federal and state governments? 18. What other Supreme Court cases have had important implications for federalism? 19. What are grants-in-aid and how do they influence the relationship between the federal and state governments? 20. What types of grants are there and how are they different? 21. What are unfunded mandates and why are they controversial? 22. What are cross-cutting requirements? 23. What are crossover sanctions? 24. What are direct orders?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2010 for the course POLS 1101 taught by Professor Cann during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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