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Sheet1 Page 1 chapter 3 quiz 1 regulations or new conditions for receiving grants that impose costs on state and local governments for which they are not r -unfunded mandates 2. the New Deal of the 1930s signaled the rise of - a more active national government 3. States' rights advocates argue that -states do not have to submit to national laws when they believe the national govt exceeds its authority 4. In contrast to _____ federalism that defined America until the 1930s, since the New Deal, ________ federalism has prevail - dual 5. which president is best known for his attemps to return power to the states? - Richard Nixon 6. The division of powers and functions between the national government and state govts is the definition of -federalism 7. which of the following statements best captures the meaning of the concept regulated federalism? - the national govt sets standards of conduct or requires the states to set standards that meet national guidelines 8. during the course of american history, the federal govt has _____ compared with the states.
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