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, Regulate commerce between states and international trade, Establish post offices and issue postage, Make laws necessary to enforce the Constitution. * -Powers reserved to state governments include: Establish local governments, Issue licenses (driver, hunting, marriage, etc.), Regulate intrastate (within the state) commerce, Conduct elections, Ratify amendments to the U.S. Constitution, Provide for public health and safety, Exercise powers neither delegated to the national government or prohibited from the states by the U.S., Constitution (For example, setting legal drinking and smoking ages.) * -The 3/5 Compromise-house of representatives would be apportioned according to a “population” in which five slaves would count as three free persons * -The Virginia plan- the plan provided for a system of representation in the national legislature based upon the population of each state or the proportion of each states revenue contribution to the national government or both the Virginia plan was heavily biased in favor of the larger states * -New Jersey Plan-ultimately successful attempt to create a legitimate and effective national system of government. * The Intolerable acts-or Coercive Acts were passed by Parliament in 1774 in response to the Boston Tea Party. These acts closed the port of Boston until the tea had been paid for and "order" restored. The government of Massachusetts was altered, making almost all posts appointments of the King. Another act allowed British officers accused of crimes to be tried elsewhere than where the crime was committed. The last act that applied to the American colonies was the Quartering Act which allowed British troops to be quartered on the private homes of colonists without their consent. * Madison’s Federalists #10- Madison believed it was bad and they will miss use power and property will be taken form the rich
Chapter 3 * Grants-in-aid= programs through which congress provided money to state and local governments on the condition that the funds be employed for purposes defined by the federal government. * The New Deal- marked two key changes the rise of a more active national government and a major change in how the courts interpreted national power * Cooperative federalism- in which grand to encourage states and localities to pursue nationally defined goals with national and state governments sharing powers and resources via intergovernmental cooperation. * McCulloch vs. Maryland-involved the question of whether congress had the power to charter a national bank since such an explicit grant of power was nowhere to be found in article 1 section 8 pg.72 * Gibbons vs. Ogden’s-reinforced this nationalistic interpretation of the constitution the issue was whether the state of new York could grant a monopoly to Fulton’s steam boat company to operate an exclusive service between new York and new jersey pg.72 * Implied powers- enable congress to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers (such powers are not specifically expressed but are implied though the expansive interpretation of delegated powers) * Necessary and proper clause- from article 1 section 8 of the constitution is provides congress with the authority to make all laws necessary and proper to carry out its expressed powers * Commerce clause- article 1 section 8 of the constitution which delegates to congress the power to regulate commerce with foreign nations and among the several states