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  • 1. Federalism
  • 2. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3. 3 point clue A political system2 point clue1 point clue
  • 4. 3 point clue A political system2 point clue where subnational political units dependent on national government’s will1 point clue
  • 5. 3 point clue A political system2 point clue where subnational political units dependent on national government’s will1 point clue Decision making originates at the top, and is channeled downward.
  • 6. Unitary system3 point clue A political system2 point clue where subnational political units dependent on national government’s will1 point clue Decision making originates at the top, and is channeled downward.
  • 7. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 8. 3 point clue Article 1, Section 82 point clue1 point clue
  • 9. 3 point clue Article 1, Section 82 point clue Congress can pass all laws to carry out enumerated powers1 point clue
  • 10. 3 point clue Article 1, Section 82 point clue Congress can pass all laws to carry out enumerated powers1 point clue Elastic clause
  • 11. “Necessary & proper” clause 3 point clue Article 1, Section 8 2 point clue Congress can pass all laws to carry out enumerated powers 1 point clue Elastic clause
  • 12. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 13. 3 point clue Theory that James Madison and Thomas Jefferson thought of2 point clue1 point clue
  • 14. 3 point clue Theory that James Madison and Thomas Jefferson thought of2 point clue Action that is used against federal law that violated the Constitution1 point clue
  • 15. 3 point clue Theory that James Madison and Thomas Jefferson thought of2 point clue Action that is used against federal law that violated the Constitution1 point clue Formal declaration that a law is null and void.
  • 16. Nullification3 point clue Theory that James Madison and Thomas Jefferson thought of2 point clue Action that is used against federal law that violated the Constitution1 point clue Formal declaration that a law is null and void.
  • 17. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 18. 3 point clue Supreme Court case that dealt with the refusal to pay tax2 point clue1 point clue
  • 19. 3 point clue Supreme Court case that dealt with the refusal to pay tax2 point clue Conclusion: Chartering national bank was “necessary and proper”1 point clue
  • 20. 3 point clue Supreme Court case that dealt with the refusal to pay tax2 point clue Conclusion: Chartering national bank was “necessary and proper”1 point clue Ruling: States cannot tax a federal bank
  • 21. McCulloch v. Maryland3 point clue Supreme Court case that dealt with the refusal to pay tax2 point clue Conclusion: Chartering national bank was “necessary and proper”1 point clue Ruling: States cannot tax a federal bank
  • 22. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 23. 3 point clue Rules/orders2 point clue1 point clue
  • 24. 3 point clue Rules/orders2 point clue Imposed on states; must follow1 point clue
  • 25. 3 point clue Rules/orders2 point clue Imposed on states; must follow1 point clue Rules followed as conditions for obtaining federal grants or requirements that states pay costs of certain nationally defined programs. Can also be unfunded.
  • 26. Mandate3 point clue Rules/orders2 point clue Imposed on states; must follow1 point clue Rules followed as conditions for obtaining federal grants or requirements that states pay costs of certain nationally defined programs. Can also be unfunded.
  • 27. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 28. 3 point clue John Marshall invoked this in McCulloch v. Maryland2 point clue1 point clue
  • 29. 3 point clue John Marshall invoked this in McCulloch v. Maryland2 point clue Exists because it was impossible for the founders to define all the duties and ways the federal government should be used.1 point clue
  • 30. 3 point clue John Marshall invoked this in McCulloch v. Maryland2 point clue Exists because it was impossible for the founders to define all the duties and ways the federal government should be used.1 point clue Those powers authorized by the constitution, while not directly stated.
  • 31. Implied Powers3 point clue John Marshall invoked this in McCulloch v. Maryland2 point clue Exists because it was impossible for the founders to define all the duties and ways the federal government should be used.1 point clue Those powers authorized by the constitution, while not directly stated.
  • 32. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 33. 3 point clue Controversy over this in the states led to the Civil War2 point clue1 point clue
  • 34. 3 point clue Controversy over this in the states led to the Civil War2 point clue In Federalism it refers to the power states have that are independent of the national government.1 point clue
  • 35. 3 point clue Controversy over this in the states led to the Civil War2 point clue In Federalism it refers to the power states have that are independent of the national government.1 point clue In a global context, it is the quality of having supreme, independent authority over a territory.
  • 36. Sovereignty3 point clue Controversy over this in the states led to the Civil War2 point clue In Federalism it refers to the power states have that are independent of the national government.1 point clue In a global context, it is the quality of having supreme, independent authority over a territory.
  • 37. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 38. 3 point clue Congress uses the elastic clause to counter this.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 39. 3 point clue Congress uses the elastic clause to counter this.2 point clue According to this, the united states government only has the power to regulate matters that are specifically delegated to it by the constitution.1 point clue
  • 40. 3 point clue Congress uses the elastic clause to counter this.2 point clue According to this, the united states government only has the power to regulate matters that are specifically delegated to it by the constitution.1 point clue States Rights Amendment, says that powers not granted to the national government nor prohibited to the states by the constitution, or given to the states or the people.
  • 41. 10th Amendment3 point clue Congress uses the elastic clause to counter this.2 point clue According to this, the united states government only has the power to regulate matters that are specifically delegated to it by the constitution.1 point clue States Rights Amendment, says that powers not granted to the national government nor prohibited to the states by the constitution, or given to the states or the people.
  • 42. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 43. 3 point clue FDR’s New deal policies started this type of federalism.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 44. 3 point clue FDR’s New deal policies started this type of federalism.2 point clue Also known as Cooperative federalism1 point clue
  • 45. 3 point clue FDR’s New deal policies started this type of federalism.2 point clue Also known as Cooperative federalism1 point clue In this flavor or style of federalism national, state, and local powers are mixed in a cooperative collective way, rather than in equal layers.
  • 46. Marble Cake Federalism3 point clue FDR’s New deal policies started this type of federalism.2 point clue Also known as Cooperative federalism1 point clue In this flavor or style of federalism national, state, and local powers are mixed in a cooperative collective way, rather than in equal layers.
  • 47. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 48. 3 point clue Includes education and police protection.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 49. 3 point clue Includes education and police protection.2 point clue Powers ensured by the tenth amendment.1 point clue
  • 50. 3 point clue Includes education and police protection.2 point clue Powers ensured by the tenth amendment.1 point clue These powers refer to the powers not specifically granted to the federal government, which are saved for the states.
  • 51. Reserved Powers3 point clue Includes education and police protection.2 point clue Powers ensured by the tenth amendment.1 point clue These powers refer to the powers not specifically granted to the federal government, which are saved for the states.
  • 52. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 53. 3 point clue Supreme court case in 1995 involving federal power.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 54. 3 point clue Supreme court case in 1995 involving federal power.2 point clue handguns1 point clue
  • 55. 3 point clue Supreme court case in 1995 involving federal power.2 point clue handguns1 point clue This case limited congress’s power under the commerce clause, and stated that the “gun free school zones act” couldn’t be a ‘Federal law’
  • 56. US v Lopez3 point clue Supreme court case in 1995 involving federal power.2 point clue handguns1 point clue This case limited congress’s power under the commerce clause, and stated that the “gun free school zones act” couldn’t be a ‘Federal law’
  • 57. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 58. 3 point clue This type of fiscal federalism lost support under Ronald Reagan.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 59. 3 point clue This type of fiscal federalism lost support under Ronald Reagan.2 point clue It was replaced with block grants in small amounts.1 point clue
  • 60. 3 point clue This type of fiscal federalism lost support under Ronald Reagan.2 point clue It was replaced with block grants in small amounts.1 point clue When the federal government shares a certain percent of its revenue with the state and city governments.
  • 61. Revenue Sharing3 point clue This type of fiscal federalism lost support under Ronald Reagan.2 point clue It was replaced with block grants in small amounts.1 point clue When the federal government shares a certain percent of its revenue with the state and city governments.
  • 62. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 63. 3 point clue Federal Rules2 point clue1 point clue
  • 64. 3 point clue Federal Rules2 point clue For example if a state doesn’t have a no texting while driving law highway funds may be withheld.1 point clue
  • 65. 3 point clue Federal Rules2 point clue For example if a state doesn’t have a no texting while driving law highway funds may be withheld.1 point clue The ‘conditions’ that states have to meet in order to receive federal grants.
  • 66. Conditions of Aid3 point clue Federal Rules2 point clue For example if a state doesn’t have a no texting while driving law highway funds may be withheld.1 point clue The ‘conditions’ that states have to meet in order to receive federal grants.
  • 67. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 68. 3 point clue John Marshall invoked this in McCulloch v. Maryland2 point clue1 point clue
  • 69. 3 point clue John Marshall invoked this in McCulloch v. Maryland2 point clue These powers include the power to declare war, coin money, conduct foreign policy, regulate interstate commerce, and establish &enforce laws.1 point clue
  • 70. 3 point clue John Marshall invoked this in McCulloch v. Maryland2 point clue These powers include the power to declare war, coin money, conduct foreign policy, regulate interstate commerce, and establish &enforce laws.1 point clue Powers given specifically to the federal government; enumerated powers
  • 71. Delegated Powers3 point clue John Marshall invoked this in McCulloch v. Maryland2 point clue These powers include the power to declare war, coin money, conduct foreign policy, regulate interstate commerce, and establish &enforce laws.1 point clue Powers given specifically to the federal government; enumerated powers
  • 72. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 73. 3 point clue Form of govt. the US was under 1776-17872 point clue1 point clue
  • 74. 3 point clue Form of govt. the US was under 1776-17872 point clue Under the Articles of Confederation1 point clue
  • 75. 3 point clue Form of govt. the US was under 1776-17872 point clue Under the Articles of Confederation1 point clue System of govt. when power is held by independent states or local govts.
  • 76. Confederation3 point clue Form of govt. the US was under 1776-17872 point clue Under the Articles of Confederation1 point clue System of govt. when power is held by independent states or local govts.
  • 77. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 78. 3 point clue New kind of federalism, developed after Civil War2 point clue1 point clue
  • 79. 3 point clue New kind of federalism, developed after Civil War2 point clue System of “no interactions” and an “autonomous relationship” between natl. and state govts.1 point clue
  • 80. 3 point clue New kind of federalism, developed after Civil War2 point clue System of “no interactions” and an “autonomous relationship” between natl. and state govts.1 point clue Opposite marble cake federalism
  • 81. Layer Cake Federalism3 point clue New kind of federalism, developed after Civil War2 point clue System of “no interactions” and an “autonomous relationship” between natl. and state govts.1 point clue Opposite marble cake federalism
  • 82. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 83. 3 point clue 1824 Supreme Court case under John Marshall2 point clue1 point clue
  • 84. 3 point clue 1824 Supreme Court case under John Marshall2 point clue Associated with Article 1, Section 8, Clause 3 of the Constitution1 point clue
  • 85. 3 point clue 1824 Supreme Court case under John Marshall2 point clue Associated with Article 1, Section 8, Clause 3 of the Constitution1 point clue Established Congress had sole authority over interstate commerce.
  • 86. Gibbons v. Ogden3 point clue 1824 Supreme Court case under John Marshall2 point clue Associated with Article 1, Section 8, Clause 3 of the Constitution1 point clue Established Congress had sole authority over interstate commerce.
  • 87. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 88. 3 point clue Form of fiscal federalism, reduced under Reagan and Bush administrations2 point clue1 point clue
  • 89. 3 point clue Form of fiscal federalism, reduced under Reagan and Bush administrations2 point clue Welfare reform is example, implemented during Clinton’s admin.1 point clue
  • 90. 3 point clue Form of fiscal federalism, reduced under Reagan and Bush administrations2 point clue Welfare reform is example, implemented during Clinton’s admin.1 point clue Money from natl. govt. for programs in certain general areas that the states can use @ their discretion.
  • 91. Block Grant3 point clue Form of fiscal federalism, reduced under Reagan and Bush administrations2 point clue Welfare reform is example, implemented during Clinton’s admin.1 point clue Money from natl. govt. for programs in certain general areas that the states can use @ their discretion.
  • 92. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 93. 3 point clue Type of federalism characterized by major programs, such as categorical and block grants, revenue sharing, and mandates.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 94. 3 point clue Type of federalism characterized by major programs, such as categorical and block grants, revenue sharing, and mandates.2 point clue General framework for assignment of functions to the diff. levels of govt. & appropriate fiscal instruments for carrying out these functions.1 point clue
  • 95. 3 point clue Type of federalism characterized by major programs, such as categorical and block grants, revenue sharing, and mandates.2 point clue General framework for assignment of functions to the diff. levels of govt. & appropriate fiscal instruments for carrying out these functions.1 point clue Constitutes set of guiding principles that helps in designing financial relations between the natl. and subnatl. Levels of govt.
  • 96. Fiscal Federalism3 point clue Type of federalism characterized by major programs, such as categorical and block grants, revenue sharing, and mandates.2 point clue General framework for assignment of functions to the diff. levels of govt. & appropriate fiscal instruments for carrying out these functions.1 point clue Constitutes set of guiding principles that helps in designing financial relations between the natl. and subnatl. Levels of govt.