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What are four models of federalism?
June 04, 2014 11:49PM
The four models of federalism are command federalism, dual federalism, functional federalism and cooperative federalism. The United States uses the dual federalism model.
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What type of federalism is cooperative federalism?
There are two parts of federalism which are dual federalism and cooperative federalism. In this case you are asking for coopertative federalism. Cooperative federalism is where both the state and the national goverments kind of work together under the same regulations and laws which is the constitution and both being cooperative with one another. Mostly this happens during a American crisis, such as the GD in 1930.. and sept 11...