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Mine has a fill in the blank, it was Cooperative Federalism.
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What is The principle that state governments and the federal government work together to develop national policies is known as .?

cooperative federalism


What sort of federalism saw the state of federal governments cooperate to solve National problems?

Cooperative federalism or new federalism is the sort of federalism that saw the federal government give power back to the states.


The nature of federalism has changed over time with new demands that have tended toward a system where the state and national governments share many responsibilities?

cooperative federalism


The principle of federalism in the US Constitution is reflected in?

the division of power between the national and state governments


What sort of fedaralism saw the state and federal governments cooperate to solve national problems?

Cooperative federalism or new federalism is the sort of federalism that saw the federal government give power back to the states.


How is the power to the govern shared under the principle of federalism?

A government based on "federalism," or the sharing of power between the national, and state (and local) governments.


What constitutional principle divides power between national and state governments?

federalism (novanet)


Do people who support cooperative federalism support stronger national government?

Yes, they do support it. Cooperative federalism and a stronger national government are similar.


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.


What package of policies is associated with cooperative federalism?

Cooperative federalism is associated with a package of policies that promote collaboration and shared decision-making between the federal government and state governments. This includes policies such as intergovernmental grants, cooperative agreements, and joint programs. The goal is to address national issues while also respecting the authority and expertise of states in implementing policies.


What is the similarities between dual federalism and cooperative federalism?

Dual federalism: Think of it as a layer cake in which national and state governmentsare split into their own independent spheres. This form of government revolves around the idea that both national and state governments are sovereign within their own spheres. This results in a relationship between state governments and national governments that relies on tension rather than cooperation.Cooperative federalism: Think of it as a marble cake in which national and state governments work together to solve common problems and are each individual parts to a whole. This form of federalism revolves around making policies equally and not separately. This results in a relationship between state governments and national governments that relies on cooperation rather than tension.


Who shares power according to the principle to federalism?

A government based on "federalism," or the sharing of power between the national, and state (and local) governments.