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Question 1: The history of federalism can be broken down into three (4 really but we'll just focus on 3) historical phases (Dual, Cooperative, and New). Discuss each phase and evaluate what type of federalism would be best of the United States.

Question 2: Pick any three of the following Constitutional Concepts. Discuss each one ensuring that you define the term, cite the relevant articles of the Constitution, & discuss it's contribution to the American political system.

a.Checks and Balances

b.Popular Sovereignty

c.Separation of Powers

d.Limited Government

e.Civil Rights

 

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