Cooperative Federalism is the concept puts an emphasis on the decentralization of power in the government. This would not give federal, state and local institutions equal sharing of government powers. In this system, national and state governments would tackle issues together as opposed to one federal regime overseeing everything. This would make both federal and state governments independent as well as interdependent because of overlaps in function as well as financial resources, making it nearly impossible for one person or organization to gain complete control. This idea was introduced in the US in the 1930’s during the New Deal era and as a result, the constitutional concept of Dual Federalism nearly disappeared.
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