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How would disputes between the federal government and the state be settled?

The Governors of the two states can negotiate an agreement between them. If this fails and it goes to court, the Supreme Court is the court of original jurisdiction for disagreements between States.


Why did delegates settle on a federal form of government instead of a system in which power was not divided between state and national governments?

The delegates settled on a federal form of government instead of a system in which power was not divided between state and national government because they believed that it provided for a much stronger national government with a chief executive (the president), courts, and taxing powers.


Other than impeachment trials what type of trials should always be provided in a federal court?

Disputes between states such as over state boundaries, honoring each others contracts, regulation of interstate water ways water rights and migratory birds, etc. have to decided in federal courts. Any questions over the constitutionality of state laws have to be settled in federal court.


What right did Americans gain in the pinckney treaty?

Pinckney's Treaty of 1795 was between the United States and Spain. The treaty allowed Americans to travel freely along the Mississippi river. It also settled any boundary disputes between the United States and Spain.


What happened in the States Rights Debate?

The Federal government and State governments were arguing about the division of powers over the entire nation. The Federal government pushed for a unified national government, constantly moving toward an expansion of their power. The States argued that they could nullify laws which they didn't agree with. Eventually, the country split in two, with the southern states rallying together to fight the Federal government, as the Confederate States of America. The CSA lost the war, and that pretty much settled the debate. I would say that the debate ended when the Seventeenth Amendment to the Constitution was passed. Since that point in history, the States have had no check on the Federal government via the Senate. If you want an opinion, the Seventeenth Amendment should be repealed.

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How would disputes between the federal government and the states be settled?

its anything you put your mind to


How are disputes decided?

The criminal, or offender, is tried in the location where they committed the crime. Or they go to war.


When the constitution was written there were many disagreements between the states. How were these disputes settled?

The disputes were settled by compromises and trading so that each state would be satisfied with the end result.


How are disputes over the powers of the states versus the power of the national government settled?

Supreme Court


How were disputes settled while the constitution was being written?

Constitutional disputes were settled by debate and compromise.


When the constitution was written there were many disagreements between the states these disputes were settled through?

a. dissolution


What settled boundary disputes between the Spain the US after the War of 1812?

The Pinckney Treaty


Which treaty settled disputes between the US and Britain in the 1790's?

Jay's treaty


What impact did Union victory during the Civil War have on the relationship between the states and national government?

The authority of the federal government over the state governments was settled.


How would disputes between the federal government and the state be settled?

The Governors of the two states can negotiate an agreement between them. If this fails and it goes to court, the Supreme Court is the court of original jurisdiction for disagreements between States.


Why was the Adams-Onis treaty signed?

settled all borders disputes between Spain and the United States.


What did roger Sherman do to create the Great Compromise?

He settled the disputes between small and large states about representatin in congress.