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10. The modern-day structure of categorical federal grants-in-aid came into being a. at the end of World War II. b. in the 1930s. c. soon after the Civil War. d. in the mid-1960s
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User: 10. The modern-day structure of categorical federal grants-in-aid came into being a. at the end of World War II. b. in the 1930s. c. soon after the Civil War. d. in the mid-1960s

Weegy: d. in the mid-1960s
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User: 6. The concept of dual federalism a. ended in about 1980. b. is analogous to the marble cake image of federalism. c. limited state power. d. viewed federal and state power as fixed

Weegy: c. limited state power.
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6. The concept of dual federalism a. ended in about 1980. b. is analogous to the marble cake image of federalism. c. limited state power. d. viewed federal and state power as fixed
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13. Describe the historical role of the Supreme Court in federalism cases and the direction it has taken since 1990.
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A principle of government that defines the relationship between the central government at the national level and its constituent units at the regional, state, or local levels. Under this principle of government, power and authority is allocated between the national and local governmental units, such that each unit is delegated a sphere of power and authority only it can exercise, while other powers must be shared.
The term federalism is derived from the Latin root foedus, which means "formal agreement or covenant." It includes the interrelationships between the states as well as between the states and the federal government. Governance in the United States takes place at various levels and branches of government, which all take part in the decision-making process. From the U.S. Supreme Court to the smallest local government, a distribution of power allows all the entities of the system to work separately while still working together as a nation.
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