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by: Grant Peterson

Notes 14308

Grant Peterson
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Introduction to U.S. Politcis
Dr. Bejarano

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These are notes from week two of this class, basic government information but useful and needed test information.
Introduction to U.S. Politcis
Dr. Bejarano
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Grant Peterson on Wednesday September 10, 2014. The Class Notes belongs to 14308 at Kansas taught by Dr. Bejarano in Fall2014. Since its upload, it has received 73 views. For similar materials see Introduction to U.S. Politcis in Liberal Arts at Kansas.

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Date Created: 09/10/14
POLS110 Grant Peterson How democratic is the constitution Slavery suffrage election of President choosing senators equal representation judicial power congressiona power Federalism Distinctions between federal and state powers Different types of systems 1 unitary all power with federal government 2 confederacy power with states 3 federal combination division of power between national government and sub national government Na on 1 Enumerated expressed powers a Supremacyclause 2 Implied powers a Elastic clause States 1 Reserved powers 10 amendment 2 Powers not delegated to federal government by constitutions nor prohibited to the states are reserved to the states Cooperative Federalism 1 States and national governments need to share responsibility 2 Marble cake 3 Costs benefits of division of power Disaster relief Need communication and coordination among all levels of government local State federal Powers of National Government State or shared


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