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HIS 303 Week 2 DQ 1 Powers of the Federal Government

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HIS 303 Week 2 DQ 1 Powers of the Federal Government
Many Americans today believe the federal government has acquired too much power, size, and influence in
the nation’s domestic affairs. Throughout U.S. history, a tension has existed regarding what powers the
federal government can assume and what powers should be left to the states. Review the text of the
Constitution for evidence about the relationship the document establishes between national and state
governments. Then review the history of the United States through the Civil War for evidence of how that
relationship worked in progress, and changed over time.
What major controversies during this time period raised questions about the proper relationship between the
state and federal governments? How did proponents and opponents of state sovereignty defend their
respective positions? How did the question of slavery intermix with the question of states’ rights?
When responding to the above questions, draw from three of the following documents:
a. South Carolina exposition and protest
b.

President Jackson's proclamation regarding nullification, December 10, 1832

c.

The Kentucky resolution – Alien and sedition acts

d.

Abraham Lincoln: Inaugural address, March 4, 1861

e. Declaration of the immediate causes which induce and justify the secession of South Carolina from the
federal union


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