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US Government

The concept of Federalism is the idea of a separation of power between multiple governments.  It is a covenant and an agreement between these entities to share power and authority. In the case of the United States, this agreement is governance at the local, state, and federal level. Please review your work this week and then respond to the following:1. Discuss the concept of Federalism and how it works in the United States. 2. Compare and contrast the powers given to states in the Articles of Confederation and the US Constitution. 3. Give an example of when power has shifted between the state governments and the federal governments.

Your paper needs to answer all of these questions, lines will be double spaced, with proper grammar and formatting. The paper needs to be at least 2 pages long (not including title page and reference page).

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