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Intro Federalism What/why? Constitutional basis for…? Strong National Government States Rights State/State Relations 20 th Century New Deal. Key Terms “Necessary & Proper” Supremacy Clause 10th Amendment “Full faith & credit” FDR. Federalism. Federalism.

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federalism
Intro

Federalism

What/why?

Constitutional basis for…?

Strong National Government

States Rights

State/State Relations

20th Century

New Deal

Key Terms

“Necessary & Proper”

Supremacy Clause

10th Amendment

“Full faith & credit”

FDR

Federalism
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Federalism
  • Governmental power is divided between a national government and state/local governments

Montana (1990s)

a strong national government
A Strong National Government

Necessary and Proper Clause:

The US Congress has the power “To make all laws which shall be necessary and proper” to carry out its functions.

a strong national government5
A Strong National Government

Supremacy Clause:

Laws or treaties made by the United States, “shall be the supreme Law of the Land…”

what the 10th amendment means reserved clause
What the 10th Amendment Means(Reserved Clause)

All powers are reserved to states except:

  • Powers specifically granted to the national government by the Constitution.
  • Powers specifically prohibited to the states by the Constitution.
state to state relations
State To State Relations

Full Faith & Credit Clause:

Meaning: States must respect the public acts & records of other states.

“Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state…”

full faith credit clause in action
Full Faith & Credit Clause(In Action)

Meaning: States must respect the public acts & records of other states.

  • Examples:
    • Birth Certificates, Driver’s Licenses, Arrest Warrants, and….

June 19, 1993

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Do you believe homosexuals should be allowed to legally marry?

Should be allowed to marry 58.7%

Undecided 5.8%

Should not be allowed to marry 34.7%

Source: 1/10 Student Survey at WSCC

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Do you believe sexual intercourse between consenting adult homosexuals should be legal?

Should be legal 62%

Undecided 12.4%

Should not be legal 23.1%

Source: 1/10 Student Survey at WSCC

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Do you believe sexual intercourse between consenting adult heterosexuals who are unmarried should be legal?

Should be legal 74.6%

Undecided 10.7%

Should not be legal 14.1%

Source: 1/10 Student Survey at WSCC

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Do you support the legalization of marijuana?

Support 61.2%

Undecided 14.9%

Opposed 23.1%

Source: 1/10 Student Survey at WSCC

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Do you think English should be the official language of the United States?

Support 87.6%

Undecided 6.6%

Opposed 5.8%

Source: 1/10 Student Survey at WSCC

the new deal
The New Deal

FDR-

Franklin D. Roosevelt

(1933-1945)

works progress administration wpa 1935
Works Progress Administration (WPA)(1935)
  • An “Umbrella Agency” employing over 8 million workers.
  • 125,000 buildings were constructed; money was allocated for the “arts.”

Guidebook to encourage tourism

civilian conservation corps ccc 1933
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)(1933)
  • Put men to work & helped the environment.
  • Programs: planted trees, built campgrounds, hiking trails, etc.

Military-style Organization

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Intro

Federalism

What/why?

Constitutional basis for…?

Strong National Government

States Rights

State/State Relations

20th Century

New Deal

Key Terms

“Necessary & Proper”

Supremacy Clause

10th Amendment

“Full faith & credit”

FDR

Federalism