Talk:Dual federalism

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This topic should be marked for immediate deletion as it appears inaccurate at best, contrived propaganda at best... No cites, only cite does not function. State Dual Federalism theory goes back 1789, the framing of the constitution. I can find no cites.. The fist possible mention alleges the taney court; The same court that issued the dred scott decision that coloreds were not fit to be citizens... Are the Progressives really admitting they are racists? It appears that the Progressives are trying to define the Constitution as being about the relationship between states and the federal government rather than the relationship between WE THE PEOPLE and our government CynicalPatriotCynicalPatriotCynicalPatriot

Dual federalism is a right wing interpretaion of the constitution. Get back on your meds.65.0.176.118 (talk) 04:12, 17 June 2012 (UTC)

There. That better? -- Foofighter20x (talk) 19:37, 19 June 2012 (UTC)

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I like the work done about a month ago, but it reads very one-sidedly, and makes some lay mistakes (which I'll keep correcting as I find them). For example, no mention is made of the transition of away from the moniker "dual federalism" in the shift of the debate toward state "police power" (as first raised in City of New York v. Miln), the extent of that police power, and the debate to this day over the existence, if any, and extent of federal police power (such as in Champion v. Ames). Dual federalism just didn't end and disappear after the Civil War. More like the argument pivoted and the jargon got changed. Any other opinions and discussion are welcomed. --Foofighter20x (talk) 18:33, 22 May 2013 (UTC)

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  • Has anyone noticed the introduction makes the topic of "dual federalism" sound alive and well but get to the bottom of article and it says the concept is "dead"? I wish this article could be re-written in an intellectually more honest way. It needs a more neutral point of view. -- 47.145.171.223 (talk) 16:22, 5 March 2018 (UTC)