Federalism in the United States | US government and civics | Khan Academy
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Federalism in the United States. Exclusive and concurrent federal and state powers. View more lessons or practice this subject at … .

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37 thoughts on “Federalism in the United States | US government and civics | Khan Academy

  1. Federalism is not to be confused with separation of powers. Separation of powers means that power is also split within the federal government… between the legislative, executive, and judicial branches.

  2. Great video! It would be great to make an update video of our transition to global governance. The primary justification being a three pronged approach which involves terrorism, pandemic, and climate change. President George H.W. Bush referred to it before members of Congress as “The New World Order” while our current President Joe Biden referred to it as the “Liberal International Order” during his Davos 2017 speech. Either way comrade, there’s a new sheriff in town with the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 21. 😫

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