Enduring Democracy

May 7th, 2014
Anonymous
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History
Price: $10 USD

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The U.S. Constitution creates a dual system of government whereby powers are distributed between a federal government and the state governments. This arrangement has seen its share of challenges and changes. Discuss the major eras in American history as they relate to federalism, and describe which level of government appeared to be dominant at each time.Explain how the system is divided.List a few (3 or 4) powers that they share, that are individual to each level.Which system better protects the people as a whole?

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