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Unformatted text preview: Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations Chapter 3 Federalism Federalisma system of government where two governments share power over the same people Phases of federalism Dual federalism 17871932 Cooperative federalism 1933-1963 Centralized federalism 1964-1980 New federalism 1981-1992 Empathetic federalism 1993-2000 Pragmatic federalism 2001- Constitutional Developments Framers of the U.S. Constitution struggled with the balance between the national government and the states Articles of Confederation a failure Too much democracy Too little power for national government The US Constitution allocated power between the two levels of government enumerating the respective powers of each: Article VIthe federal constitution supreme law of land Article I, Section 8the elastic clause (implied powers) Concurrent powers applicable to both the national and state governments (taxation, make and enforce laws, etc., p.53) Article I Section 8 Congress shall have the Power... To make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers vested by this Constitution in the government of the United States, or in any department or officer thereof. This has been also called the "necessary and proper clause." Constitutional Developments Federal powers: coin money, conduct foreign relations, regulate foreign and interstate commerce, declare war, provide for national defense, etc. State powers: establish local governments, regulate intrastate commerce, ratify amendments, take measures for health and public safety, execute other powers not prohibited by national constitution Concurrent powers: tax, establish courts, enforce laws, spend and borrow money Constitutional Developments...
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