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John C. Calhoun proposed the following mechanisms to assert states’ rights: (Points : 1) Secession from the union The right of the states to take up arms against the national government The right of states to tax the national government Nullification and/or interposition User: In Cooperative Federalism, (Points : 1) the states and national government jointly administer programs. the states are creative and tell the states what to do. the ...
Weegy: C. Devolutionary [ ] [ ] User: In Cooperative Federalism, (Points : 1) the states and national government jointly administer programs. the states are creative and tell the states what to do. the national government seeks to return discretionary authority back to the states. the national government absolutely repudiates Dual Federalism. Weegy: Ok, so what is your question? User: You said C however the answer you gave for C wasn't an option (More)
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Louis Brandeis referred to the states as laboratories of democracy in a federal system because (Points : 1) the national government was not very democratic. states are arenas to experiment with policy before trying it at the national level. states determine whether national policy is a good idea. states are arenas of democracy in an otherwise authoritarian federal system.
Weegy: Louis Brandeis referred to the states as laboratories of democracy in a federal system because states are arenas to experiment with policy before trying it at the national level. (More)
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