Dual Federalism In The US

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Federalism is that idea that in the U.S., governmental power is divided between the government of the United States and the government of the individual states. In the federal system, the national government takes care of some things, such as war, while the state government takes care of other things, such as driving licensees, and dentist’s licences. But there are also some aspects of government that are handled by both the state and the national government, such as taxes. There are federal taxes and state taxes. There are different types of federalism depending on periods in American history. There are three main types of federalism: dual federalism, which refers to the period of American history that stretches from the founding of the nation
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