What might balance federal and state powers present a problem

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I believe that this is a multiple choice question and the choices are as follows:

A) The Constitution does not address how to handle conflicts between state and federal powers. 
B) People have different opinions on whether state or federal government should have power to control certain issues.
C) The federal government does not believe states are responsible enough for concurrent powers. 
D) The balance applies only to implied powers, which are often open to misinterpretation.

People have different opinions on who should have power to control issues such as whether to leave certain things up to the state and this could cause havoc among those trying to decide who should get what power to keep each other in check.

Therefore your answer is: B) People have different opinions on whether state or federal government should have power to control certain issues.
Balance  of  power  (federalism) in federations, the  balance  of  power  is occasionally used informally to designate the degree to which  poweris centralized in the  federalgovernment or devolved to the subnational governments
B) People have different opinions on whether state or federal government should have power to control certain issues.

The correct answer is B) People have different opinions on whether state or federal government should have power to control certain issues.


This issue is constantly seen as American history progresses. This is because the US Constitution does not explicitly discuss every possible issue that is happening in American society. This is why the Constitution has some flexibility and room for interpretation. However, this room for interepretation can cause issues between the state and federal government. We have seen this in the past during the Civil Rights movement, as state and federal governments clashed over the integration of previously all white public schools and universities.

The answer as I've put before is B:

People have different opinions on whether state or federal government should have power to control certain issues.

People have different opinions on whether state or federal government should have power to control certain issues.

I believe the answer is: People have different opinions on whether state or federal government should have power to control certain issues.


Some people believe that giving federal government more power would make it easier to operate government programs.

The opposition believe that giving the federal government too much power would increase the chance of the government from transforming into tyranny and restrict individual freedom.

Because people have different opinions on who should have power to control issues.

If you completely balance federal and state powers to be equal it would result in a major problem. The federal government needs to be more powerful than the state government so things like splitting off from the country, or taking over the federal government doesn't happen.

Hope this helps, Kam



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