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BULLSEYE VOCABULARY. UNIT 1. Federalism. Good Luck on your Test!!!!!!!!!!. A way of organizing a nation so that both national and state levels of government have some authority over the same land and people?. Federalism.

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Federalism
Federalism

Good Luck on your Test!!!!!!!!!!


A way of organizing a nation so that both national and state levels of government have some authority over the same land and people?


Federalism1
Federalism levels of government have some authority over the same land and people?


Broad levels of government have some authority over the same land and people?program grants given more or less automatically to states and communities, which exercise discretion in how the money is spent?


Block grants
Block Grants levels of government have some authority over the same land and people?


Grants levels of government have some authority over the same land and people?that can be used only for specific purposes of state and local spending?


Categorical grants
Categorical Grants levels of government have some authority over the same land and people?


where state and the national government responsibilities are levels of government have some authority over the same land and people?

mingled and blurred like a marble cake; powers and policies are shared?


Cooperative federalism
Cooperative Federalism levels of government have some authority over the same land and people?


Transferring levels of government have some authority over the same land and people?responsibility for policies from the federal government to state and local governments?


Devolution
Devolution levels of government have some authority over the same land and people?




The withinstatement in the Constitution which says that Congress has the power

to make all laws necessary and proper for carrying out its duties?



Powers withinof Congress found in Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution?



The withinConstitution requires each state to return a person charged with a crime in

another state to that state for trial or imprisonment?


Extradition
Extradition within


A withinsystem of shared power between two or more levels of government?


Federalism2
Federalism within


Pattern withinof spending, taxing, and providing grants in the federal system?



A withintype of categorical grant where states and local governments do not

apply for a grant but are given funds on the basis of a formula?



Article IV of the Constitution requires states to provide withinreciprocity toward other states’ public acts, records, and civil judicial proceedings?



1824 withinSupreme Court case which further expanded Congress’ power to regulate interstate and international commerce by defining commerce very broadly to

incorporate every form of commercial activity?



Powers withinbeyond Congress’ enumerated powers that ensure that it can carry out its duties?



A withinsystem where all power resides in the central government?



The withinterm used to describe the entire set of interactions among national, state, and local governments?



A withinsystem where all power resides in decentralized government?


Confederal system
Confederal within System


1819 withinSupreme Court case, which established the supremacy of the national government over the states, included both enumerated and implied powers of Congress?



The withinConstitution prohibits states from discriminating against citizens of other states?



Categorical withingrants awarded on the basis of competitive applications?



Article VI of the Constitution states that the supreme law of the land is the Constitution, the laws of the national government, and treaties?



Specifies of the that powers not delegated to the national government are reserved for the state government or the people?


10 th amendment
10 of the th Amendment


Powers that are not implied but are specifically written in ink and can be seen with the eyes in the Constitution?


Expressed powers
Expressed Powers ink and can be seen with the eyes in the Constitution?


No longer exist but had no restrictions at all on how states could spend money from the federal government?


Revenue sharing
Revenue Sharing could spend money from the federal government?


Another name for the Elastic Clause? could spend money from the federal government?


Necessary proper clause
Necessary & Proper Clause could spend money from the federal government?


Clause that gives National government control over trade between the states; lately expanded to any economic activity?


Commerce clause
Commerce Clause between the states; lately expanded to any economic activity?


R between the states; lately expanded to any economic activity?ule telling states what they must do whether they receive money or not; ex. ADA?


Federal mandate
Federal Mandate between the states; lately expanded to any economic activity?


A power exercised by both state and national governments? between the states; lately expanded to any economic activity?


Concurrent powers
Concurrent Powers between the states; lately expanded to any economic activity?


Nickname for Cooperative Federalism? between the states; lately expanded to any economic activity?


Marble cake federalism
Marble Cake Federalism between the states; lately expanded to any economic activity?


Nickname for Dual Federalism? between the states; lately expanded to any economic activity?


Layer cake federalism
Layer Cake Federalism between the states; lately expanded to any economic activity?



Nullification
Nullification perceived as unconstitutional?



State s rights vs national rights
State’s Rights eventually caused the Civil War?vsNational Rights


Nickname for Devolution? eventually caused the Civil War?


New federalism
New Federalism eventually caused the Civil War?



Intergovernmental lobby
Intergovernmental Grant money?Lobby



Matching funds
Matching Funds Grant money?



Unfunded mandates
Unfunded Mandates not financed?



Conditions of aid
Conditions to get funds?-Of –Aid





John marshall
John Marshall the National Government?



State
State education?



Through withholding funds
Through withholding funds power over the states?



Withholding funds interest groups lobbying congress madd
withholding funds a national speed limit of 50mph?&Interest groups lobbying Congress (MADD)


Under federalism, an advantage is that states serve to encourage experimentation of create policies. Who adopts these ideas?


The national government adopts them
The National Government Adopts them encourage experimentation of create policies. Who adopts these ideas?


Population too dispersed for unitary system encourage experimentation of create policies. Who adopts these ideas?

Americans loyal to state government

Confederation failed

Transportation & communication to primitive for unitary


Reasons federal system was adopted
Reasons Federal System was adopted encourage experimentation of create policies. Who adopts these ideas?


What federal law gives states the right to disregard same-sex marriages made in other states?


Defense of marriage act
Defense of Marriage Act same-sex marriages made in other states?



Grants in aid
Grants-in-aid influence state governments?



Categorical grants1
Categorical grants influence state governments?



Fiscal federalism1
Fiscal Federalism federal system?



Project grants
Project grants federal system?


Grants for specific programs distributed according to community demographic factors, such as population or income?


Formula grants1
Formula grants community demographic factors, such as population or income?


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