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Section 1 National & State Powers STGs. Students explain: 1.The differences between expressed and implied powers. Answer: Expressed are stated or in writing while implied are “understood” to be a part of the job. 2.How does the overall power of the national gov’t compare to that of the states? Support your answer. Answer: The national gov’t has MORE power. Article ___________, Section _________ Supreme Court: _______________ v _______________, 1819
The Division of Powers The Constitution divides powers among two levels of government: – _____________________________ and – _____________________________ This division of powers among the different levels of government is called – _______________________________________
Compare & Contrast the Division of Powers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. National Government E__________, I___________ & I __________ Powers State Government R __________ Powers National & State Governments Concurrent Powers
Admission of New States Explain the steps of the process: 1. 2. 3. 4. Once admitted, each __________ is _________ to other _____________.
What are the different ways that states have been added? 1.Created from existing states. Examples: 2.Admitted w/o Enabling Act: 3.__________ formed when it split from __________ _____________ over secession. 4. Annexed: 5. Land Purchased:
Conditions for Admission Requirements for admission can be added by either ____________ or the ______________.
NGA Stands for _________ __________ ________ How does it help the governors? How does it shape National Policy? Give examples:
Section 2 Relations Among the States STGs: Students explain 1.What provisions of Article IV of the Constitution attempt to provide for cooperation among the various state governments? Answer: (see next slide) 2.What are some of the purposes of interstate compacts?
Interstate Relations Article IV requires states to do the following: – Explain each, do not just list. 1. 2. 3.
Section 3 Developing Federalism STGs 1.Compare the view of the federal gov’t as seen by States Rightists and a Nationalist/Federalist. 2.What events show that federalism has been dynamic (changing) rather than static since the 1960s.
How has the National Government grown in power? 1. 2. 3.
Federal Aid to States Trend in: 1.Population 2.Spending 3.Shifting Responsibilities
Section 4 Federalism and Politics STGs: 1.How has federalism benefitted the two-party system? 2.What advantages does federalism provide a person who may be dissatisfied with conditions in his or her state/area?
Federalism & Public Policy How has public policy changed due to federalism? Explain each 1.S___________ ________ 2. S ___________ ________
How does Federalism provide more opportunities for political participation? Political Parties Someone unhappy with politics in his/her area?
Federalism’s Professional Politicians B________________ - their job is… United States Conference of _____________
Differences Among the States How does federalism contribute to: 1.Economic differences among states 2.Political differences among states
The Direction of Federalism How is the power shifting between the federal government and the states?
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