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Federalism%20Online%20Spring%202009 - The end of the civil...

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Federalism States In the Union
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The Idea of Federalism Federalism is a system of government in which the national government and state governments share governmental power within the same political system.
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Different Federal Systems Confederate Principle Power is a loose relationship between States and National Governments
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Unitary The Principal Power is located at the National Level of Government
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Federal System Balance between central and state governments, and between unity and diversity
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A Comparative Perspective on Federalism Other Countries Examples
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The Rise of the National Government The conflict between unity and diversity
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Unformatted text preview: The end of the civil war marks the beginning of the weakening of state’s power. New Federalism Express and Implied Powers Delegated Powers Reserved Powers and the 10 th Amendment Local Government A political landscape in contrasts. Government Relationships in the Federal System Models of Federalism: Dual Federalism Marble-Cake Federalism Legal Relationships Conflict on which level of government has power. Fiscal Relationship Categorical Grants Block Grants Federalism in the 21 st Century Power of the Treasury and Bailouts State’s Fiscal Economic Woes...
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course POL SCI 180 taught by Professor Coaty during the Spring '11 term at Orange Coast College.

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