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029 - Federalism Simplified
Transcript of 029 - Federalism Simplified
Enumerated Powers /
Expressed Powers /
Three Different Names
- Same Power
Enumerated Powers explicitly granted to the national government. These powers are written in the Constitution in Article I, Section 8.
Implied Powers are powers of the national government but not directly written in the Constitution. These national powers are located in
Article I, Section 8, Clause 18
Necessary and Proper Clause
). This power was first validated in the 1819 landmark Supreme Court cases "
McCulloch v Maryland
Reserved Powers are those powers that are not expressly written in the Constitution. These powers are reserved to the states. This is outlined in the
to the Constitution.
Concurrent Powers are power of the National government and the state government that are
Examples of Enumerated Powers:
--Create Armed Forces
--Establish National Courts
--Regulate Interstate Commerce
Examples of Implied Powers:
--Create Interstate Highways
--Tennessee Valley Authority
Examples of Reserved Powers:
--Establishing Local Gov'ts
Examples of Concurrent Powers:
is the sharing of power between a strong national government and weak state governments.