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A militant farmer's movement of the late nineteenth century that fought for improved conditions for farmers Grange
A system of government in which power is divided between a central government and regional governments Federalism
Article VI of the US Constitution Supremacy Clause
The period after the civil war when much of the south was under military occupation Reconstruction
Article 1 Section 8 of the US Constitution Necessary and Proper Clause
Federal grants that allow states considerable discretion on how funds are spent Block Grants
A bloc of republicans in the US Congress who pushed through the adoption of black suffrage as well as an extended period of military occupation of the south following the civil war Radical Republicans
Where the central government imposes it's priorities and prevents the regional government from acting in a particular field Preemption
An executive branch in which power is fragmented because the election of statewide officeholders is independent of the election of the governor Plural Executive
The constitutional idea that overlapping power is given to different branches of government to limit the concentration of power in any one branch Checks and Balances
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