Federalism And Abuse Of Power

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Federalism aims at governing the separate arms of government and the acknowledgment of various needs in different states at the national level. It seeks to control the powers accorded to each arm and governance over certain aspects of the different states. Federal principles are meant to protect national interests across the entire nation. The principles do not enhance individual freedoms but augment the strength and harmony of a large geographical region. However, as seen before, the protection of national interest may at some point contradict the need to uphold individual liberties as supported by Republicans. Sometimes federalism comes in the way of equally distributing power that often leads to the amassing of power in one branch of
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