States Rights And Federal Power

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Federalism is the carefully crafted balance of power between the state and federal government. And while "federalism" may be a word that conjures dusty text books and vague memories of 8th grade history class, it’s the cornerstone of some of the most compelling and divisive debates we have about modern issues. VPR’s Jane Lindholm explores the sometimes contentious arguments over states’ rights, and federal power with Bert Johnson, professor of political science at Middlebury College.

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