GOVERNMENT AND ECONOMICS
4.1 THE DIVISION OF POWERS
SEBASTIAN GALVAN A.
IDENTIFY POWERS DELEGATED TO AND DENIED TO THE
NATIONAL GOVERNMENT HOLDS EXCLUSIVE POWERS:
IT ALSO HOLDS CONCURRENT POWERS WITH THE
Powers delegated to the national
❖ EXECUTIVE- President
❖ LEGISLATIVE- Congress
❖ JUDICIAL- Supreme Court
❖ The president shall be commander in chief of the army
and navy of the United States.
❖ The president shall have power to fill up all vacancies
that may happen during the recces of the senate.
❖ The president shall have power, by and with the Advice
and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties.
❖ The Congress shal have power to lay and collect taxes,
duties, imposts and excises to borrow money on the
credit of the United States; to establish Post Offices an
❖ The Judicial Power of the United States of the United
States, shall be vested in one supreme court, and in
such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to
time ordain and establish.
Powers denied to the national
Constitution denies the national government certain powers in 3 distinct
First, Denies among them the powers to levy duties on exports; to take
private property for public use without the payment of just
compensation; to prohibit freedom of religion, speech or assembly;
to conduct illegal searches or seizures
Second, powers are denied because of silence of the constitution, in lack
of any provision meaning that the silence of the constitution provides
denial to that powers. Such as create a public school system for the
And Third, some are denied because of federal system itself , national
government cant take action that would threaten the existence of
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POWERS RESERVED TO THE STATES
❖-Any state can forbid persons under 18 to marry without
parental consent or those under 21 to buy liquor
-Ban the sale of pornography, and prostitution, also the
-it can require any professional to work in the state
-Confiscate automobiles and property in connection with
drug dealing and prostitution.
-Establish Public Schools
The 21st ammendment gives the states a virtually unlimited
power to regulate the manufacture, sale and comsumption
POWERS DENIED TO THE
❖ Not any state can enter into any treaty, alliance, or
❖ Not any state can print money or make coins, or
deprive any person of life.
❖ Denie liberty or property without due process of lau
❖ No state can tax any agencies or functions of the