What is the difference between delegated, reserved, and concurrent powers?
A delegated power is a power given to the national
government. An example is coining money, declaring
war, and making treaties with other nations.
A reserved power is a power spe
Federalism Honors Ext.
Hammer v. Dagenhart
Children would work unusually long hours in factories, mills, and industrial places.
Families depended on their children to support the family from whatever they
Analysis of Political Cartoon
This cartoon has no frame around it, and the background is simply white. On the
two sides of the dining table, an elephant and a donkey are having a budget brunch,
and there are trash cans next to them. Sizes of th
Module 3 Study Guide
There are 3 branches of government. Module 3 will cover the legislative and execute and module 4 will
cover the judicial.
3.01 The Legislative Branch aka Congress
Established in Article I of the Constitution
Their job is