Federalism and Intergovernmental Policy-making
The Tenth Amendment to the Constitution (see Appendix 2) reflects an American antipathy to government in general, to a unitary state in particular, and denotes the need to establish criteria for allocating powers to different levels of government without actually determining them. Since its ratification, the Federal government has become more powerful, but a unitary state has not emerged.
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