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FEDERALISM- history

TermDefinition
What was established in Article 1? Sets out powers of congress
What was established in Article 2? Sets up the executive branch of government
What was established in Article 3? Calls for supreme court and allowed congress to set up federal courts
Checks and Balences 3 branches watchdog each other so no one branch gets too much power or misbehaves
Where is the power in Unitary style? National Government
Where is the power in Confederate style? State government
Where is the power in Federalism style? Constistution
Federalism Division of power between state and national government
Delegated National Government
Reserved State Government
Concurrent shared between National and State government
Which takes precedent (priority) National
Created by: lyndseyjeffries