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The correct answer is option C; the statement does not apply to dual federalism.

The relationship between the states and the federal government is not generally antagonistic even though state government exercises powers accorded to them without the interference of the federal government, it doesn’t mean that both systems work to antagonize each other. In fact, there are numerous areas where the state and federal government work together.

The federal government do not have power beyond those specifically granted by the constitution; both the state and federal government are supreme in their own sphere.

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It is false, because due to the electoral college, different states to each candidate are more important.

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Poorly worded, the federal government is responsible for some election dates and elections such as the presidential election.

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Daniel Webster argued the case with William Pickney, not Luther Martin.

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