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Unformatted text preview: Chapter Three Number of Governments 1 national 50 state 3,000 counties 19,000 municipalities 17,000 townships 15,000 public school districts 30,000 special districts Bases of National Sovereignty • Art. I, Section 8: necessary and proper clause • Art. I, Section 8: regulation of commerce • Art. I, Section 8: provide for the general welfare • Article VI: supremacy clause Models of IGR • Coordinate (independent, autonomous fed-state relationship—Dual Federalism) • Overlapping (interdependent, bargaining fed-state relationship) • Inclusive (dependent, hierarchical fed- state relationship) Phases of Federalism • Dual (1789 – 1932) • Cooperative (1932 – 1963) federal grants-in-aid • Creative (centralized, 1963 – 69) War on Poverty categorical project grants Federal- local grants (inclu. non-profits) Phases (continued) • New Federalism I (1970 – 76) Block grants (CDBG, Title XX, CETA) General Revenue Sharing reduce IG funding • President Carter (1976 – 80) Department of Natural Resources Department of Developmental Assistance National Urban Policy Phases (continued)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2011 for the course POLS 1101 taught by Professor Franklin during the Spring '10 term at Georgia State.

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