Since 1789 the United States has had federal form of government. This includes 1930.
it is not federalism as federalism only has 43 of 123 nations
There are no examples to use. It is not possible to arrange the answers until the examples are given.
In the 1930's until the end of WW2, it was the Imperial Japanese Army.
The most common government system until modern times was monarchical and dynasties. In modern times democracy is embraced by most governments.
There is one type of federal government and it has been in existence since 1789.
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Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $1.00-$4.00 for most coins. The 1930 Buffalo nickel is a very common coin.
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The Eiffel tower is an iron tower, which was the world's most taller building from 1889 until 1930.
The main issue of federalism during 1789 to 1865 was whether States would accept the federal government as the ultimate authority. The United States practices dual federalism.
The Answer is Yes! Most politicans and political scientists today argue that dual federalism is outdated. They are more likely to describe the current American ferderal system as one of cooperative federalism, where states and the national governement share powers and policy assignments.
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Mary and Robert were the most popular names of the 1930's Dorothy and John were the most popular names of the 1920's
Freon is the name of a refrigerant invented by Thomas Midgley in 1928. In 1930 General Motors and Dupont formed a company to produce Freon. The most common form of Freon R12 was used in automobile A/C units until it was banned in 1995. .
These coins are commonly known as either Indian Head or Buffalo nickels. Both names are about equally common. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1930 US nickel?" for specific information. 1930 is a common date Buffalo nickel, most circulated coins in collectible condition have retail values of $1.00-$4.00 but can be as high as $20.00