The constitutional idea of states rights was strongest during which historical

The constitutional idea of states rights was

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40.The constitutional idea of states’ rights was strongest during which historical period? a.the years immediately preceding the Civil War
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b.Reconstructionc.the Great Depressiond.the 1960sANS: ADIF:EasyREF:CH03—The Changing Relationship between the Federal Government and the StatesOBJ:Consider how the relationship between the federal and state governments has changed over timeMSC:Remembering 41.During most of the nineteenth century, Congress primarily used its powers to ________ interstate commerce. 42.During the era of dual federalism, the primary goal of the federal government’s domestic policies was to 43.What was one effect of dual federalism during the early Republic? 44.Who wrote the Supreme Court opinions in both McCulloch v. Maryland(1819) and Gibbons v. Ogden(1824)? a.Alexander Hamiltonc.John Marshallb.James Madisond.Roger TaneyANS: CDIF:ModerateREF:CH03—The Changing Relationship between the Federal Government and the StatesOBJ:Consider how the relationship between the federal and state governments has changed over time MSC: Remembering
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