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Federalism: National vs. State Government
The U.S. Constitution establishes a government based on "federalism," or the sharing of power between the national, and state (and local) governments.
http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/rightsandfreedoms/a/federalism.htm
Which State Was the First to Incporporate Gun Rights? - Civil Liberties
Pennsylvania became the first American state to grant its citizens gun rights when its state constitution took effect in 1776. However, the Pennsylvania ...
http://civilliberty.about.com/od/guncontrol/a/First-State-Protect-Gun-Rights.htm
The U.S. Constitution: Articles, Amendments and Preamble
Requires that each state must respect the laws of all other states. Article IV ... Defines the Constitution as the supreme law of the United States Article VII - ...
http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/usconstitution/a/constindex.htm
The Original 13 States of the United States of America
The original 13 states recognized by the Articles of Confederation were (in chronological order): Delaware (ratified the Constitution on December 7, 1787) ...
http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/usconstitution/a/original13states.htm
First Amendment & Federalism - Does First Amendment Apply to ...
Many opponents of church/state separation try to defend actions by state and local ... Because state governments were free to ignore the American Constitution , ...
http://atheism.about.com/od/churchstatemyths/a/FirstAmendmentFederalism.htm
U.S. Supreme Court Jurisdiction - US Government - About.com
The Constitution of the United States is a carefully balanced document. It is designed to provide for a national government sufficiently strong and flexible to meet ...
http://usgovinfo.about.com/blctjurisdiction.htm
Church & State in the Constitution: What Does the Constitution Say ...
Those who claim that the Constitution doesn't say 'right to privacy' or 'separation of church and state' are relying upon the assumption that unless a particular ...
http://atheism.about.com/od/churchstateconstitution/
Understanding the Ballot Initiative Process
Ballot initiatives are an example of direct democracy in the United States, in which citizens may propose legislative measures or amendments to state constitutions.
http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/thepoliticalsystem/a/The-Ballot-Initiative-Process.htm
The Federalist Papers No. 58 - US Government - About.com
Those who urge the objection seem not to have recollected that the federal Constitution will not suffer by a comparison with the State constitutions, in the security ...
http://usgovinfo.about.com/library/fed/blfed58.htm
The Federalist Papers No. 44 - US Government - About.com
The two former are expressly prohibited by the declarations prefixed to some of the State constitutions, and all of them are prohibited by the spirit and scope of ...
http://usgovinfo.about.com/library/fed/blfed44.htm
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