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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentGovernment · 7 months ago

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Although the Federal Government is not supposed to greatly impact the politics of states, does this always happen? Why or why not? How can Federal Grants muddy this division? What do you think about this?

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  • 7 months ago

    1.  No, it does not always happen.  The federal government constantly involves itself in the politics of states.

    2.  Because politics is about power and the politicians running our federal government want more of it.

    3.  Federal grants are used as leverage against the states.  "If you want our grant money, you'll do what we want."

    4.  I disapprove.  

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