Chapter 3: Federalism

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Chapter 3: Federalism 1. _________________________: a governmental structure in which one central government has sovereignty, although it may create regional governments to which it delegates responsibility. 2. _________________________: having ultimate authority to govern, with no legal superior 3. _________________________: powers shared by the national government and the states. 4. _________________________: established that the necessary and proper clause justifies broad understandings of enumerated powers. 5. _________________________: agreements between states that Congress has the authority to review and reject. 6. _________________________: the powers of the national government that are listed in the constitution. 7. _________________________: the process whereby the national government returns policy responsibilities to state and/or local governments. 8. _________________________: clauses in legislation that direct state and local governments to comply with national legislation and national standards. 9.
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2011 for the course POSC 1113 taught by Professor Lindaeustace during the Spring '11 term at Prairie View A & M.

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