Are federalism and the Constitution the same?





So i have to write an essay of how the Constitution promotes the public good. Now in my American Government book there is a section that lists how 'federalism' promotes the public good. Would it be the same thing as the Constitution promoting the public good?



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2 Responses to “Are federalism and the Constitution the same?”

  1. tinnlhj says:

    No. Federalism is a concept. The Constitution is a specific document.

  2. lavictor says:

    If you actually believe a political philosophy is the exact same thing as a DOCUMENT, you really should just start over in 1st grade.Why not use the internet itself to LEARN something?TRY looking up the two words and READ.geesh