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The federal system can be thought of as a marble cake because

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    What are your choices? What is your answer?

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    http://www.apstudynotes.org/us-government/vocabulary/chapter-3-american-federalism/

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    The overlap of state and national functions resembles the interweaving of flavors in the cake.

    state and national functions are very distinct.

    it is clear where state authority ends and national authority begins.

    federalism is really a mushy system.

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    Yes! :-)

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    The overlap of state and national functions resembles the interweaving of flavors in the cake.

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    Yes.

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