20 R - POLS 206-508 R 9/20 Federalism and Civil Liberties...

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POLS 206-508 R 9/20 Federalism and Civil Liberties I. Cooperative Federalism (after 1937) II. Modern Variations of Federalism III. The Bill of Rights IV. Liberties vs. Rights V. Nationalization of the BoR Federalism and Civil Liberties I. Cooperative Federalism (after 1937) Stock Market Crash 1929—the Great Depression States can’t do anything so they look to the federal government FDR: New Deal 1936: FDR wins election by a landslide Shows him, congress, and everyone that public supports New Deal Court packing scheme unsuccessful AKA The Switch in Time to Save Nine NLRB: National Labor Relations Board Purpose: Steel fired employees for trying to organize a union NLRB sides with employees for reinstatement Switch away from Dual-federalism Lines between state government and federalism blurred II. Modern Variations of Federalism *Marble cake; Federalism = dynamic; always moving National government now goes into the states to try and get them to do things Cooperative: both sides working together
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course POLS 206 taught by Professor Someonethatwasjusttryingtogettheirdoctorate during the Fall '06 term at Texas A&M.

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20 R - POLS 206-508 R 9/20 Federalism and Civil Liberties...

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