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Reagan turns toward block grants (revenue sharing or broad-based aid).

Under Clinton’s first term, the goal of deficit reduction further de-emphasized the role of national monies to the states.

Fiscal constraint has put a practical limit on the amount of money that the federal government can give to states in form of grants.

Rehnquist Court decisions:

1994 - Today

Federalism: the pendulum swings back and forth.

During 60s, 70s and 80s the Supreme Court adopted more nationalistic perspective.

During the 90s, more conservative court influenced by a more conservative Congress, deficit reduction - more responsibility returned to the states.

US. v. Lopez (1995)

US v. Morrison (2000)

US v. Printz (1997)

Ashcroft (Gonzales) v. Raich (2005)

The Bush Administration and Post 9/11: Your Assessment

What will Roberts Court Bring?

In all eras answer the questions:

1.

What was the role of the commerce clause?

2.

What was the role of the Supreme Court?

3.

What was the role of the 10th Amendment?

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What was the role of the national supremacy clause?

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What was the role of federal grants?

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