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The Supreme Court Interprets Federalism

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  • 1. Did this case expand the power of the federal or state governments? How this case is related to federalism? Summarize the decision/holding of the S.C. : List the ‘ question(s )’ the S.C. needed to decide : Short Summary of the Case’s Background : A. McCulloch v. Maryland (1803)
  • 2. Did this case expand the power of the federal or state governments? How this case is related to federalism? Summarize the decision/holding of the S.C. : List the ‘ question(s )’ the S.C. needed to decide : Short Summary of the Case’s Background : B. Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)
  • 3. Did this case expand the power of the federal or state governments? How this case is related to federalism? Summarize the decision/holding of the S.C. : List the ‘ question(s )’ the S.C. needed to decide : Short Summary of the Case’s Background : C. United States v. Lopez (1995)
  • 4. Did this case expand the power of the federal or state governments? How this case is related to federalism? Summarize the decision/holding of the S.C. : List the ‘ question(s )’ the S.C. needed to decide : Short Summary of the Case’s Background : D. United States v. Morrison (2000)

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