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3Section 1 National & State Powers STGs. Students explain: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.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
4The Division of PowersThe Constitution divides powers among two levels of government:_____________________________ and_____________________________This division of powers among the different levels of government is called_______________________________________
5Compare & Contrast the Division of Powers National & State GovernmentsConcurrent PowersState GovernmentR __________ PowersNational GovernmentE__________ , I___________ & I __________ Powers
7Admission of New States Explain the steps of the process:Once admitted, each __________ is _________to other _____________.
8What are the different ways that states have been added? Created from existing states. Examples:Admitted w/o Enabling Act:__________ formed when it split from__________ _____________ over secession.4. Annexed:5. Land Purchased:
9Conditions for Admission Requirements for admission can be added by either ____________ or the ______________.
10NGA Stands for _________ __________ ________ How does it help the governors?How does it shape National Policy? Give examples:
12Section 2 Relations Among the States STGs: Students explainWhat provisions of Article IV of the Constitution attempt to provide for cooperation among the various state governments?Answer: (see next slide)What are some of the purposes of interstate compacts?
13Interstate Relations Article IV requires states to do the following: Explain each, do not just list.1.2.3.
16Section 3 Developing Federalism STGsCompare the view of the federal gov’t as seen by States Rightists and a Nationalist/Federalist.What events show that federalism has been dynamic (changing) rather than static since the 1960s.
20Federal Aid to States Trend in: Population Spending Shifting Responsibilities
21Section 4 Federalism and Politics STGs:How has federalism benefitted the two-party system?What advantages does federalism provide a person who may be dissatisfied with conditions in his or her state/area?
22Federalism & Public Policy How has public policy changed due to federalism? Explain eachS___________ ________2. S ___________ ________
23How does Federalism provide more opportunities for political participation? Political PartiesSomeone unhappy with politics in his/her area?
24Federalism’s Professional Politicians B________________ - their job is…United States Conference of _____________
25Differences Among the States How does federalism contribute to:Economic differences among statesPolitical differences among states
26The Direction of Federalism How is the power shifting between the federal government and the states?
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