Article Four of the U.S. Constitution (4 points)
explains the powers delegated to the national government
lists the powers implied as belonging to national government
explains the powers reserved to the state governments
lists the powers concurrent to the state governments
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People who take a "layer cake" view of federalism believe that (4 points)
state governments are too weak to meet most citizen needs
state governments are supreme over the national government
national and state governments must cooperate to meet citizen needs
national and state governments are exclusively sovereign in their area