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Q: Who set the groundwork for the federal government's use of powers not mentioned by the constitution?
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Constitution states that these powers are federal governments?

The Constitution states that expressed powers are the federal governments.


What part of the federal government is not mentioned by the Constitution but by custom has affected impact of the Constitution?

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Which part of the Federal government is not mentioned?

what part of the federal government is not mentioned in the constitution but by customs has affected the impact of the constitution


What part of the federal government is not mentioned in the constitution but by customs has affected the impact of the constitution?

The Cabinet.


What is considered to be the Supreme Law of the Land giving the US Federal government power over state and local governments?

The powers of the Federal government delineated in the US Constitution, give the federal government its duty to enforce Federal laws granted to it by the Constitution. If the powers not mentioned to belong to the Federal government, are left to the States.


What are the two governments that Constitution provides for the?

Federal and State


What powers does the constitution give to the federal and state governments?

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Which part of the federal government is not mentioned in the constitution?

the cabinet


How did state constitutions lay the groundwork for the U.S. Constitution?

They didn't. The federal constitution came first and then the states. Many of the colonies had royal charters before the revolution.


Who allows federal and state governments to share power but ensures federal supremacy when there are conflicts?

constitution


Which of the federal governments powers clearly stated in the constitution?

Expressed powers


What powers are given to both state and federal governments by the Constitution?

Concurrent