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Beginning with an intriguing anticipatory question on whether the teacher or the school handbook has more authority, your young citizens will proceed to discover how the landmark case McCulloch v. Maryland defined the supremacy of the national government in the United States.
- Other topics covered include: federalism, the "necessary and proper" clause, and the creation of a national bank in 1816
- This is the eleventh lesson in a series of 13 designed for students to explore the role of federal and state courts in the United States in administering justice
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