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What is federalism?

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    HELP ME!

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    "Federalism" is the process by which two or more governments share powers over the same geographic area.

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    The glossary of my text book defines federalism as "the division of powers among local, state, and national governments". Many nations have a federal system, so for a more in-depth definition I would need more specification. American federalism has two perspectives: The cooperative federalism view, and the dual federalism view. Both views attempt to make clear lines of jurisdiction for the powers of each government division.

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