First Amendment freedoms.
The doctrine of implied powers.
The reserved powers of the states.
Grant that benefits a single, local unit (block).
Group of categorical or project grants.
Reverse grant-in-aid money flows back from the states to the federal government.
Project grant with tighter restrictions.
A project grant with less federal support.
Lower levels of government.
Judicial review by the Supreme Court.
State sovereignty in interstate commerce.
National government supremacy over the states.
The legality of the slave trade
All of the above.
A categorical grant.
A land grant.
A block grant.
A project enhancement grant.
None of the Above
State & local officials at the national government.
One branch of the national government at another branch.
Foreign governments in Washington D.C.
Federal agencies at statehouses & city halls.
Governmental units with ties to interest groups.
Their lack of specificity.
The lack of conditions under which such grants were made.
The difficulty of adapting categorical grants to local needs.
Their discriminatory nature....decisions are too often based on politics.
Their lack of relevance to problems that were perceived to be "national" in nature.
State governments are supreme over the national government.
The national government derives it sovereignty from the states.
The national government derives its sovereignty from the people.
The national government derives its sovereignty from both the people an the states.
State government derived their power from each other
None of the Above.
Provide efficient local administration.
Encourage citizen participation.
Protect against foreign invasion.
Almost any kind of economic activity.
Only the movement of goods between states.
Almost any commerce in goods, but not labor transactions.
Commerce between states and a handful of transactions within states.
Shipping and handling, but not production
Condition of aid