Lecture 3 POLT 402

Lecture 3 POLT 402 - -Hammer vs. Dagenhart ruled that...

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Lecture 3: Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations - Federalism is the relationship in the US between the federal government and the states - The basis of federalism is defined in the US Constitution by describing delegates, reserved, and concurrent powers - Blurred Line Dividing Sate and Federal Powers - There are still battles over the focus of federalism, either state-centered or national- centered (necessary and proper clause)
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Unformatted text preview: -Hammer vs. Dagenhart ruled that powers not expressly delegates to the National Government are reserved to the states-Grant-in-aid programs: policies that are partially funded by the federal government in the states-Intergovernmental Relations (IGR): style of federalism that recognizes interdependence between federal and state and local governments...
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course POLT 402 taught by Professor Andrewsmith during the Spring '10 term at New Hampshire.

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