Some powers are denied to the federal government for various reasons p 91 92 1

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Some powers are denied to the federal government for various reasons: (p 91-92)1.__________________________________________________________________________________2.__________________________________________________________________________________3.____________________________________________________________________________________________ are those powers the Constitution does not grant to the national government and does not deny to the states. Examples include: ____________________________________________________________ (p 92) __________ are those powers that both the national and state governments share. Examples include:_________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ (p 93)Each of the 50 states has a unitary form of government – a _________ government that creates _________ of governments for its own convenience. (p 94)Article VI, Section 2 (commonly called the _________ Clause) means that the __________ stands above all other laws in the United States, and that __________ and __________ stand immediately beneath it. (p 94)The __________ is the umpire in the federal system, and often settles clashes between national and state laws. It first did so in __________, a case from 1819. (p 95)
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Mr. McCormack B IG I DEA W ORKSHEET American Government S TUDY G UIDE Central Dauphin High School C HAPTER 4 – F EDERALISM Section Two: The National Government and the 50 States (p 97-103) National Obligations to the States (p 97-99) Obligation What It Means Example from History Republican Form of Government
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