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John C. Calhoun proposed the following to assert states’ right: (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 interposition.
Calhoun proposed the following to assert states? right of : nullification and interposition.
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User: In Ronald Reagan s version of new federalism, the goal was to return power back to the states through

User: John C. Calhoun proposed the following to assert states’ right: (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 interposition.

Weegy: Calhoun proposed the following to assert states? right of : nullification and interposition.
lhyn29lhyn|Points 550|

User: Under a Home Rule Charter, local authority is (Points : 1) usually established by the local voters. never established by the state’s legislature. never established by the state’s constitution. usually established by a provision in the state’s constitution or granted by the state’s legislature.

Weegy: The answer is "usually established by a provision in the state’s constitution ".
Expert answered|bonaxle|Points 115|

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In Missouri v. Holland, the Supreme Court rejected Missouri’s argument that the regulation of game was a state right despite a treaty between the national government and Canada to protect migratory birds because (Points : 1) it was a matter of interstate commerce. failure to protect the birds would harm relations with Canada. a treaty is the supreme law of the land and as such it trumps states’ rights. foreign policy always supersedes states’ rights
Weegy: The answer is foreign policy always supersedes states’ rights (More)
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In Missouri v. Holland, the Supreme Court rejected Missouri’s argument that the regulation of game was a state right despite a treaty between the national government and Canada to protect migratory birds because: a treaty is the supreme law of the land and as such it trumps states rights.

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