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The principle, which provides that some powers are given to the national government, others are reserved for the states, and some powers are shared is known as A. popular sovereignty. B. checks and balances. C. federalism. D. judicial review.
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User: The principle, which provides that some powers are given to the national government, others are reserved for the states, and some powers are shared is known as A. popular sovereignty. B. checks and balances. C. federalism. D. judicial review.

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The principle, which provides that some powers are given to the national government, others are reserved for the states, and some powers are shared is known as federalism.
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