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Glossary of Federalism

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Power to collect taxes.
Concurrent (both state and national governments)
Power to coin money.
Delegated (power of the national government)
Power to borrow money.
Concurrent (both national and state governments)
Power to conduct elections.
Reserved or state power.
Power to charter banks.
Concurrent (shared power with national and state governments)
Power to establish Post Offices.
Delegated (power of the national government)
Power to declare war and make peace.
Delegated or Federal (national) power.
Power to regulate immigration.
Delegated or federal power.
Power to control public education.
Reserved (power of State Governments)
Power to establish courts.
Concurrent (both national and state governments)
Power to admit new states.
Delegated or national power
Power to punish criminals and enforce laws.
Concurrent (both national and state governments)
Keeps all power not guaranteed to the federal government.
Reserved or state power.
Power to incorporate businesses.
Reserved or state power.
Power to make marriage laws.
Reserved or state powers.
Power to regulate interstate and foreign trade
Delegated (Nation)
Power to regulate trade within a state.
Reserved or state power.

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