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16 October, 03:56

Congress can print money but cannot issue licenses. States can issue licenses but cannot print money. What constitutional principle explains these contrasting powers?

A. popular sovereignty

B. federalism

C. separation of powers

D. limited government

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  1. 16 October, 04:10
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    The answer is federslism
  2. 16 October, 05:20
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    The answer is: B. Federalism

    Federalism refers to the transfer of power from the central authority to the smaller unit that works under it.

    United states consist of the Federal government and the states government. The power currently held by the states government were given by the Feds so the states can regulate/manage their own states. But the federal government can override the states' power anytime.
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