What is quasi federalism?
A division of powers between central and regional government that has some features of federalism without possessing a formal federal structure.
Quasi federalism: is when a state has the apperaence of being divided into jurisdictions but is in fact a unitary state which has no divided authority. One example would be Canada just after confederation in 1867, although it appeared to be a federal state that was divided into separate units with different governing bodies, it did not have the divided jurisdictions or authority because of a lack of power in the sub-units.
Regulated Federalism is a form of federalism in which Congress imposes legislation on states and localities, requiring them to meet national standards Regulated Federalism is a form of federalism in which Congress imposes legislation on states and localities, requiring them to meet national standards.
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...
Which of the following were arguments in favor of federalism at the time of the writing of the Constitution?
from what I've learned from law, quasi means "as if" so if you put that first word (quasi) to other it means almost but not exactly same. quasi- combining form meaning "resembling," "having some, but not all of the features of," used in the formation of compound words: a quasi contract, an implied contract, an obligation which has arisen from some act, as if from a contract; a quasi corporation, a body that has some…