What is Federalism and why is it unique to the United States compared to other countries?

Week 3 Discussion  What is Federalism and why is it unique to the United States compared to other countries?Please respond to the following:

  • Based on the scenario and the knowledge gained from this section, address the following:
    • Discuss at least two effects on U.S. citizens that stem from the division of power between the federal and state governments.
    • Keep in mind that federalism  is a requirement in the Constitution, so ending or weakening federalism  requires a constitutional amendment.
    • What are some examples of where the federal government has ignored federalism and interfered in state matters?
    • What are some examples of where the states have ignored the Constitution and ignored federal matter?
    • Be careful not to  mistake federalism for nationalism…just because it is called the  “Federal” government does not mean it always acts federalist. Be sure  and review the examples posted in the Instructor Insights section and  ask questions if it is unclear (do not worry, this part gets confusing,  so please ask questions or give the professor a call).
    • Respond To Peer Below:

    Hello everyone

    Federalism is a system of government in which the same territory  is controlled by two levels of government. It has important role because  it shares power with the state and federal government. Federalism is  intended to both safe guard state interests while creating a strong  union led by an effective natural government. The United States uses  progressive federalism that is based on devolution. The United states  share the same power in geographic areas, while other countries give  more power to overall central government.

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