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The United States at the end of World War II stood as the world's preeminent superpower, with new-found political and economic wealth. To what degree, if any, has America's ascendancy on the world stage affected notions of federalism? Has the federal government achieved more power in the post-World War II era? Or, have notions of federalism remained static despite economic, political, and social changes in the United States?

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United States at the end of World War II stood as the world's preeminent superpower, with new-found political and economic wealth. To what degree, if any, has America's ascendancy on the world stage affected notions of federalism? Has the federal government achieved more power in the post-World War II era? Or, have notions of federalism remained static despite economic, political, and social changes in the United States?
America's ascendancy on the world stage immediately affected federalism ...

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