By:Elijah Isaiah Thompson
What Is Federalism?
Federalism is the sharing of powers between a central government and the states that make up a country. Federalism is organizing a nation so that two or more levels of government have authority over the same area and people. In federalism powers is shared between units of government.
The National Federalism has specific jobs to do such as declares war,maintains armed forces,regulates interstates and foreign trades,admits new states,and even makes coins money and more.
The State Federalism also has specific jobs to do such as establish and maintains schools,establish local governments,and make marriage laws and more.