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National Government

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National Government PSCI 2000

Destin Paucek
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Timothy Farrow

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Destin Paucek on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSCI 2000 at Western Michigan University taught by Timothy Farrow in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 54 views. For similar materials see /class/216853/psci-2000-western-michigan-university in Political Science at Western Michigan University.

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Date Created: 09/30/15
2 l continental congress 0 Dec ofInd 1776 0 Articles of the Confederation 1777 o Ratified 1781 used until 1789 A Central government federal Weak B Smaller political subdivisions states amp local governments powerful independent different 1783 Chaos No Unity No Cohesion Debt Trade war Border wars Economic crisis Shay s Rebellion weakness Constitutional convention 1787 New constitution A Stronger central state Federalist antifederalist Republican Democrat B Large v small C North v South slavery 2 Plan 1 Virginia plan large 2 New Iersey small Connecticut Compromise A Separation ofpowers checks and balances a Legislature write laws law rewrite b Executive enforce laws pass sign veto c Iudicial interpret judicial review B Bi cameral Federal income taX 1913 16th amendment Large v Small state dispute House ofrepresentative people population 1 member per every 30000 people 1 member per every 700000 people now Purse 435 members of the house they have been there since 1912 Senate state they all get 2 They were originally appointed Could be voted on in 1913 after the 17th amendment Advice and control OK Bill to become a law in the US both chambers must pass identical versions of the same bill They took the whole concept of Confederation and got rid ofit Federalism Government power over citizens is shared Fedstate power Article 1 Section 8 List ofpower given to the federal Several list limit


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