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Federalism was developed because of various reasons. These are some of the main reasons: To allow more participation in politics, to avoid tyranny, and to use the states as "laboratories" for new ideas and programs. Its a way to balance things out. Interesting right? A big part about the two powers in federalism is that the Constitution is a big key in supporting both powers.
Ohhh. That's really cool dad. Can I leave now?
Glad you asked about the Constitution son.
The Constitution gives three types of power to the national government and it also identifies reserved powers, which are set aside for the states. The State powers are under the Tenth Amendment. The national powers are delegated, implied power, and inherent power. Federalism in the U.S. are between the national government and the states. I could go on but that be really boring.
You thought that was boring? Where were you when we started this?
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