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Federalism allows people living in different states with different needs and different interests to set policies suited to the people in their state, yet still come together with other states as one nation.

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Federation operates by having multiple levels of government, each independent and with their own areas of responsibility. In Australia this means that we have the Commonwealth and the States (Local government is created by the states)

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What system divided power between the state and national government?

The system is called federalism, the creation of a central government to operate and coordinate shared government functions among the states.


What traditional form of federalism evolved from our constitutional origins and lasted until the 1930s?

The theory of dual federalism existed which is when a national government and a state government operate individually, as was the case for the United States until the Great Depression.


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The cakes refer to the different types of federalism. The main concern is the sharing or separation of powers and the extent to which the State and Federal governments cooperate or compete. They are as follows Layer Cake--Dual Federalism--1789 to 1860 Marble Cake--Cooperative Federalism-- 1930 to 1960 Pound Cake--Co-optive federalism-- 1960 to 1980 Crumble Cake--Competitive Federalism-- 1980 till Present


Dividing power between the states and national government is?

The system is called federalism, the creation of a central government to operate and coordinate shared government functions among the states.


What are four models of federalism?

The four models of federalism are command federalism, dual federalism, functional federalism and cooperative federalism. The United States uses the dual federalism model.


What are four periods of federalism?

The three eras of federalism are dual federalism (layer cake), cooperative federalism (marble), and new federalism.


Types of federalism in chronological order?

1, dual federalism. 2 cooperative federalism. 3 creative federalism. 4 new federalism.


What are the four types of federalism?

1- Dual Federalism 2- Cooperative federalism 3- Creative federalism 4- New federalism 3-


What were two of the competing views of federalism?

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Dual federalism vs cooperative federalism?

Dual federalism is the theory that the federal government and the state governments operate in separate realms in which each is respectively sovereign. Support for this in practice is made with appeals to the 10th amendment and the states' insistence that the enumerated powers are the sole powers of the national(federal) government. Cooperative federalism, however, emphasizes the overlapping spheres of power and operation across the levels of government. This cooperative principle is seen in the implementation of federal policy with federal funds, by the states who have sanctioned such policies.


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What is the sharing of power between state and the national government?

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