Federalism Unit

by Lshade04
Last updated 7 years ago

Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
Fun Facts About The 50 States

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Federalism Unit

A system of government in which there is a division of power between a strong central government and several, smaller, regional governments.

I'm Alexander Hamilton, and I am a Federalist. We were voting for the U.S. Constitution to be ratified, and we wanted a strong central government

I'm Patrick Henry, and I am an Anti-Federalist. We were voting against the ratification of the U.S. Constitution because we wanted more power to the State governments, and we wanted a Bill of Rights. Give me liberty or give me death!

Federal Government

State Governments

Reserved Powers

Expressed Powers

Federalism:

Concurrent Powers: Shared Powers between State and Federal governments that make Federalism work

And the U.S. Constitution was born!


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