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Q: When did the balance of power in the U.S. federal system shift in favor of the national government having more power? A. during the Articles of Confederation B. during and after the Great
Depression and World War II C. in the late 1990s D. when the Republicans were in control of Congress
A: A. during the Articles of Confederation is the balance of power in the U.S. federal system shift in favor of the national government having more power. [smile]
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