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All this means us power is shared between the central (national) government and the states.

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How does the constitution establish federalism?

The tenth amendment establishes federalism in the Constitution.

Federalism in the US constitution?

According to the Constitution, federalism divided powers between the states and the national government.

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Federalism is never explicitly stated but it is embedded in the US constitution. As a result, power is kept in the states.

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The US Constitution - 1987 Federalism 1-2 was released on: USA: 1987

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