federalism Government system in which the power to govern is shared between a national government and state governments.
Enumerated powers What are implied powers based on?
To allow the federal government to be able to handle any situation that might arise Why was the Elastic Clause needed?
To ensure that federal laws and the Constitution are known as the highest power Why was the Supremacy Clause needed?
Supremacy Clause What clause did the Supreme Court ruling in McCulloch v Maryland reinforce?
Taxing citizens and borrowing money What are some examples of concurrent powers?
Police find a criminal in a different state and send the criminal back to the state where he or she broke the law How does extradition work?
Show respect and loyalty to our nation What is the purpose of the Pledge of Allegiance?
Federal grants-in-aid What is an example of cooperative federalism?
Privileges and Immunities Clause States can charge higher tuition rates for state universities to out-of-state residents under which clause?
McCulloch v. Maryland The Supremacy Clause was first invoked in which Supreme Court Case?
Full Faith and Credit Clause Clause that guarantees that in most cases a state will recognize the laws, documents, and court rulings of another State
Interstate Compact Formal agreement entered into with the consent of Congress, between or among States, or between a State and a foreign state.
Delegated powers Those powers, expressed, implied, or inherent, granted to the national government by the Constitution.
Extradition Clause When a government sends a criminal to the state or country where he/she committed crimes refers to which Clause?
10 th Amendment Which amendment declares that the State Governments are governments of Reserved Powers?
Act of Admission Congressional Act admitting a new state to the Union.
Supremacy Clause Article VI (6) of the Constitution says that the Constitution and the laws Congress makes will be the supreme law of the land. In other words if federal and state laws disagree, then federal laws will over rule state laws.
Elastic Clause or “Necessary and Proper” (same thing) Clause in the Constitution that gives government authority to do whatever they need to do in order to carry out their duties.
Enumerated Powers are written in the US Constitution and Implied powers are not What is the difference between enumerated and implied powers?
They work together with some shared powers and some divided What relationship is created between the state government and national government in federalism?
Not able to be divided What does “indivisible” mean?
This case reinforced the nationalist view by ruling in favor of the federal government How did McCulloch v. Maryland impact the argument over the state view and national view of power in the Federalist system?
Federal laws are higher than state laws What does the Supremacy Clause tell us about government power?
Reserved Powers What type of power is only for the states?
A republican form of government, Protection from invasion or internal disorder, respect for territorial integrity What does the Constitution require the National government to provide for the states?
Inherent Those powers that the national government uses in order to function. For example, as a national government our government must control immigration. This isn’t outlined in the Constitution but it is an issue that has grown over time. Our government has put regulations in place to deal with this issue. This is a power that is _______________ because the national government has to address certain issues even if they aren’t mentioned in the Constitution.