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POL 140-07
Fall 2015
INSTRUCTIONS
With your copies of the U.S. Constitution,
complete the worksheet as a group.
The names of ALL group members ...
Congress:
Legislate
President:
Execute
Judiciary:
Interpret
 No power to draft
soldiers or pay for military
 No power to regulate
commerce
 No power to tax
 Strengthened power of
national government
 ProtectsAgainstTyranny
 Dispersion and Diffusion of Power
 Increases Participation
 Improves Efficiency
 Ensures Pol...
 Creates Confusion & Reduces Accountability
 Increases Conflict
 “NIMBY,” Impact on National Unity
 Creates Inequality...
 Grants specific powers
to national government
 Limits on powers
granted to federal
government and states
 Lays out rel...
What is the supremacy clause?
 Article I, Section 8
 Examples:
 Coin money
 Regulate interstate and
foreign commerce
 Tax imports and exports
 Mak...
 Known as “elastic clause”
 Grants Congress power to pass laws “which
shall be necessary and proper for carrying
into ex...
 Tenth Amendment
 What is the “police power?”
 Guarantee Clause (Article IV, Section 4)
 “The United States shall guar...
 Taxing
 Borrowing and
Spending Money
 Establishing Court
Systems
 Regulating Elections
 “Writ of Habeas Corpus”
 Latin for “have you the body”
 States cannot enter treaties or alliances
 14th and 15th Amendments to Constitution
 Fourteenth: Due Pr0cess, Equal Pr...
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
NATION AND STATES
 Supremacy Clause
 ArticleVI, Clause 2
 “This Constitution, and the
Laws of the ...
(1789-1933)
 “Layer-Cake”
 National and state
governments have
separate influence
ROGERTANEY DRED SCOTT
(1933-1964)
 “Marble-Cake”
 National and state
government work
together for Americans
The shift from dual to cooperative federalism occurred
due to federal govt. expanding its rule over time.
(1964-1980)
 National government is
responsible for policy
 What is the role of state
and local governments?
“Picket-Fence” Federali...
Signing the Civil Rights Act
Categorical grants helped fund
LBJ’s “War on Poverty”
(1980-2002)
 Increase in devolution to subnational units
 Began during Nixon
 General Revenue Sharing
 Money spent however states ...
Federalism in the White House
(2002-Present)
 Choosing national or subnational supremacy
President
Barack Obama
Governor
Mark Sanford
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Federalism and Constitution

  1. 1. POL 140-07 Fall 2015
  2. 2. INSTRUCTIONS With your copies of the U.S. Constitution, complete the worksheet as a group. The names of ALL group members need to be listed on your work to earn class participation credit.
  3. 3. Congress: Legislate President: Execute Judiciary: Interpret
  4. 4.  No power to draft soldiers or pay for military  No power to regulate commerce  No power to tax
  5. 5.  Strengthened power of national government
  6. 6.  ProtectsAgainstTyranny  Dispersion and Diffusion of Power  Increases Participation  Improves Efficiency  Ensures Policy Responsiveness / Innovation  Reduces Conflict
  7. 7.  Creates Confusion & Reduces Accountability  Increases Conflict  “NIMBY,” Impact on National Unity  Creates Inequality  Money, Economic Inequality, Law and Justice
  8. 8.  Grants specific powers to national government  Limits on powers granted to federal government and states  Lays out relationships among states and between states and federal government
  9. 9. What is the supremacy clause?
  10. 10.  Article I, Section 8  Examples:  Coin money  Regulate interstate and foreign commerce  Tax imports and exports  Make treaties  Declare war
  11. 11.  Known as “elastic clause”  Grants Congress power to pass laws “which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the Foregoing powers”
  12. 12.  Tenth Amendment  What is the “police power?”  Guarantee Clause (Article IV, Section 4)  “The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government…”  Federalist 39 (Madison)
  13. 13.  Taxing  Borrowing and Spending Money  Establishing Court Systems  Regulating Elections
  14. 14.  “Writ of Habeas Corpus”  Latin for “have you the body”
  15. 15.  States cannot enter treaties or alliances  14th and 15th Amendments to Constitution  Fourteenth: Due Pr0cess, Equal Protection Clauses  Fifteenth:Voting Rights
  16. 16. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NATION AND STATES  Supremacy Clause  ArticleVI, Clause 2  “This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States… shall be the supreme law of the land…” RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STATES  Full Faith and Credit Clause  Privileges & Immunities Clause  “The Congress shall have power to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper to secure to the citizens of each state all privileges and immunities of citizens in the several states...”
  17. 17. (1789-1933)
  18. 18.  “Layer-Cake”  National and state governments have separate influence
  19. 19. ROGERTANEY DRED SCOTT
  20. 20. (1933-1964)
  21. 21.  “Marble-Cake”  National and state government work together for Americans
  22. 22. The shift from dual to cooperative federalism occurred due to federal govt. expanding its rule over time.
  23. 23. (1964-1980)
  24. 24.  National government is responsible for policy  What is the role of state and local governments? “Picket-Fence” Federalism
  25. 25. Signing the Civil Rights Act Categorical grants helped fund LBJ’s “War on Poverty”
  26. 26. (1980-2002)
  27. 27.  Increase in devolution to subnational units  Began during Nixon  General Revenue Sharing  Money spent however states wanted  Reagan and Block Grants  Money for broad purposes  Local areas decide how to spend money  Reduced size and power of federal govt.
  28. 28. Federalism in the White House
  29. 29. (2002-Present)
  30. 30.  Choosing national or subnational supremacy President Barack Obama Governor Mark Sanford
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