anonymous
  • anonymous
Which term means the division of power between the states and national government? A) federalism B) constitutional C) democratic D) capitalism @frozen15
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think A)
Frozen15
  • Frozen15
why? you have to explain why
anonymous
  • anonymous
thx @Frozen15

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Frozen15
  • Frozen15
This system is called federalism. Since the signing of the Constitution, the division of power in the United States has been based on sharing power between the national government and individual state governments. This is known as federalism. so it is A and I explained :p thx for medal
anonymous
  • anonymous
it dosent matter i need help with anither question

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