Federalism

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American History

 

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Randolph L

 

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December 18, 2014

 

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The confederal system was also not supported, for it gave no power over the states, and thus did not satisfy the Federalist Party. Geographical practicality was another factor that gave rise to the development of federalism. Even if colonial leaders had agreed on a unitary system, size and regional isolation (of the states) would have made such a system difficult to operate (Schmidt et...
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Al. 2007, pg 48). If the central government controlled all of the states and made all laws, it would take several weeks for all of the colonies to be informed about those decisions. The large area of the United States makes it difficult to have one central government. Federalism brings the government closer to the people (Schmidt et...
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