Federalism. Chapter 3. Federalism. Definition- a system in which the nat’l gov’t shares power with local gov’t. States have a specifically protected existence & authority. (Constitution) The impact is widespread on roads, crimes, civil liberties etc.
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Confusion over certain responsibilities can have direconsequences.
Ex: Hurricanes Karina and Rita
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Neither state of federal gov’t would have total authority.
- New plan had no historical precedent
- 10th Amendment added later