PART 1

Demand for FederalismFederalismWhat is FederalismConstitutional Balance of FederalismThe Purpose of FederalismFederalism- Separation of Power
Who Decides- Federalism
Hamilton v. Jefferson- The Central Bank
John Marshall-The Man who made the Supreme Court
Online Textbook Links to Eras of Federalism (Links to an external site.)
Discussion Question: 150 WORDS ANSWER

Given the power grants and limits in the Constitution regarding State and Federal power, offer an analysis of what you believe to be the Framer’s intent and objectives with the creation of Federalism.
How has the government used Fiscal Federalism (Grants) to support or persuade the states to implement policy changes.

PART 2

Who Decides- Federalism
Hamilton v. Jefferson- The Central Bank
John Marshall-The Man who made the Supreme CourtMcColluch v. Maryland
McCulloch v. Maryland
McCulloch v. Maryland-Legal Summary
McCulloch v. Maryland
McCulloch v. Maryland-US ConstitutionGibbons v. Ogden
Barron v. Baltimore-US Constitution
Dred Scott v. Sanford- Case BriefDred Scott v. Sanford
Dred Scott- Analysis
Online Textbook Links to Eras of Federalism (Links to an external site.)
Discussion Question: 150 WORDS

How and why did the Marshall Court establish the National Supremacy of the United States over the governments of the states in McCulloch v. Maryland?
How did the Supreme Court’s interpretation’s of the Constitution construct Dual Federalism? Focus on the legal arguments, not the facts of the cases.
What specific legal elements of Supreme Court’s rulings in Barron v. Baltimore and Dred Scott v. Sanford created a distinct and separate jurisdiction between the state and national government known as Dual Federalism? DO NOT focus on the facts of the case, argue the legal issues used by the Supreme Court.

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