What is the term for the departments and workers that make up the federal government?
The term for the departments and workers that make up the federal government is civilian employee. A civilian employee is any individual that works for the federal government, but is not affiliated with the military.
The federal government can make state and local governments obey federal laws by taking state and local government officials to federal court and suing them. If the court agrees with the federal government, the state or local government can be fined and ordered to follow the federal law. If the state or local officials still refuse to follow the federal law they can be put in jail.
In which war did the federal Department of Labor ensure there were enough workers to make necessary supplies for American troops?
To print money To declare war To create an army To make treaties The powers of government are divided between the federal government and the state governments. The federal government is known as a limited government. Its powers are restricted to those described in the U.S. Constitution. The Constitution gives the federal government the power to print money, declare war , create an army, and make treaties with other nations. Most other powers that are…