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Q: People who take a "marble cake" view of federalism believe that state governments are too weak to meet most citizen needs state governments are supreme over the national government national
and state governments cooperate to meet citizen needs national government should entirely control the state governments
A: Marble Cake Federalism is a form of federalism where there is mixing of powers, resources, and programs between and among the national, state, and local governments. [ Federalism is a system of government in which power is divided between a central government and regional or sub-divisional governments. In marble cake federalism there will be an intermingling of all levels of government in
policies and programming. This is also known as co-operative federalism. ]
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User: People who take a "marble cake" view of federalism believe that state governments are too weak to meet most citizen needs state governments are supreme over the national government national and state governments cooperate to meet citizen needs national government should entirely control the state governments

Weegy: Marble Cake Federalism is a form of federalism where there is mixing of powers, resources, and programs between and among the national, state, and local governments. [ Federalism is a system of government in which power is divided between a central government and regional or sub-divisional governments. In marble cake federalism there will be an intermingling of all levels of government in policies and programming. This is also known as co-operative federalism. ]
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User: People who take a "marble cake" view of federalism believe that A- state governments are too weak to meet most citizen needs B- state governments are supreme over the national government C- national and state governments cooperate to meet citizen needs D- national government should entirely control the state governments

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The term federalism describes -powers granted to the national government by the U.S. Constitution -the collection of laws, treaties, and programs governing relationships with other nations -a legal division of authority between the national, state, and local governments -powers granted to the state governments by the U.S. Constitution
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The term federalism describes: a legal division of authority between the national, state, and local governments.
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