American Federal System Case Study by The Research Group

American Federal System
Compares and analyzes models of Federalism using a case study approach.
# 24293 | 1,575 words | 8 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Apr 13, 2003 in Political Science (U.S. Federal Politics)


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Compares and analyzes models of Federalism using a case study approach. Centers on post- World War II attempts to alter balance between federal and state powers. Discusses recommendations of various Presidents. Issues involved in intergovernmental relations; conflict; policy and economic readjustment.

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"Models of Federalism: A Case Study


This research study compares and analyzes the case study in relation to different models of federalism and discusses the historical and other factors which have accounted for the way in which the American federal system and inter-governmental relations have functioned and how they might evolve to meet contemporary needs.


1.Summary of The Case Analysis
The case study examines various post-World War II attempts to alter the balance between federal and state power in the American federal system by reducing national activities and separating federal and state functions. These included recommendations made by various presidential commissions under the administrations of Harry Truman and Dwight Eisenhower, the..."

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