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there are three distinct types of delegated powers: expressed, implied, & , inherent.

1st the expressed power are delegated to the national government in so manny words spelled out expressly in the constitution.

2nd the limplied are not expressly stated in the constituiton but are reasonably suggested implied by the expressed powers.

3rd the inherent belongs to the national government because it is the national government of a sovereign state in the world community.

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powers givin to the national goernment by the constitution are very few, the major ones include the power to regulate Immigration, to deport undocumented aliens, to acquired territory, to grant deplomatic recognition to other states, and to protect the nation against rebellion or other attempts t overthrow the government by force or violence.

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