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The Tenth Amendment balances out national authority by (Points : 1) stating that states have first priority in those areas specifically not given to Congress. asserting that states
rights trump national authority. limiting state function to only those matters Congress thinks are unimportant. making it clear that the Bill of Rights only apply to the national government.
asserting that states? rights trump national authority.
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User: The Tenth Amendment balances out national authority by (Points : 1) stating that states have first priority in those areas specifically not given to Congress. asserting that states rights trump national authority. limiting state function to only those matters Congress thinks are unimportant. making it clear that the Bill of Rights only apply to the national government.

Weegy: asserting that states? rights trump national authority.
chubang|Points 321|

User: The basis for national power lies in

Weegy: The basis for national power lies in the diplomacy, military, economic and informational instruments.
samn|Points 2204|

User: Dual Federalism is characterized by

Weegy: The concept of dual federalism is the idea that the national and state governments were equal partners with separate and distinct spheres of authority. Despite the doctrine of implied powers, as first enunciated in McCulloch v. [ Maryland, the federal or national government was limited in its authority to those powers enumerated in the Constitution. There existed little collaboration between the national and state governments and occasional tensions over the nature of the union and the doctrine of nullification and state sovereignty. The states rights debate and the nature of the union - whether the Constitution created a league of sovereign states or a inseparable union -was a major issue in the Civil War. ........... ]
sujaysen|Points 2500|

User: With unfunded mandates, the national government

Weegy: What would you like to know about unfunded mandates?
johnlennons|Points 900|

User: power is concentrated in one central government. sub-governments delegate power to the central authority . power is distributed between the central government and other governmental units. the central government has limited functions

Weegy: the central government has limited functions,The Town Council is responsible for a limited range of local government functions.
Expert answered|kisses1981|Points 42|

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With unfunded mandates, the national government
Weegy: What would you like to know about unfunded mandates? User: respects state sovereignty, passes a national policy measure which will require state spending, approves a state policy measure and provides 1/3 of the required state spending, or fully pays for the state spending requirements. Weegy: A sovereign state is a political organization with a centralized government that has supreme independent authority over a geographic area.[1] It has a permanent population, a government, [ and the capacity to enter into relations with other sovereign states.[2] It is also normally understood to be a state which is neither dependent on nor subject to any other power or state.[3] The existence or disappearance of a state is a question of fact.[4] While according to the declaratory theory of state recognition a sovereign state can exist without being recognised by other sovereign states, unrecognised states will often find it hard to exercise full treaty-making powers and engage in diplomatic relations with other sovereign states. The word "country" is often colloquially used to refer to sovereign states, although it means, originally, only a geographic region, and subsequently its meaning became extended to the sovereign polity which controls the geographic region. ] (More)
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