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1. All of the following embraced the “national view” of federalism except
a. John Marshall.
b. Roger B. Taney.
c. Franklin D. Roosevelt.
d. Lyndon B. Johnson.
e. Alexander Hamilton.

I can't find the answer for this, they all federalist right?

2. What was the impact of the Industrial Revolution upon the concept of dual federalism?
a. It brought about the immediate end of the concept.
b. It created conditions that raised questions about the feasibility of the concept.
c. It had no impact at all upon the concept.
d. It led to passage of the Tenth Amendment.
e. It made the doctrine of nullification a political reality.

I think it's B

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    1. Roger B. Taney
    2. I agree it's B

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