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According to the reading "The Evolution of American Federalism," an

advantage of Cooperative Federalism is that " Because state and local governments have varying fiscal capacities, the national government's involvement in state activities such as education, health, and social welfare is necessary to ensure some degree of uniformity in the provision of public services to citizens in richer and poorer states." Explain why Cooperative Federalism is important, but not effective in certain areas. Include at least one example.

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According to the reading 'The Evolution of American Federalism,' an advantage of Cooperative Federalism is that ' Because state and local governments...
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