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what are delegated or enumerated powers
The powers of the federal government that are specifically described in the Constitution are sometimes called delegated or expressed powers, but most often they are known as 'enumerated powers,' and they describe how a central government with three distinct branches can operate effectively.
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The powers of the federal government that are specifically described in the Constitution are sometimes called delegated or expressed powers, but most often they are known as 'enumerated powers,' and they describe how a central government with three distinct branches can operate effectively.
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