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The Supreme Court of the United States since 1937 has played a significant role in the centralization process of the federal government. As the final arbitrator between federal and state relations, the Supreme Court has tended to favor the accumulation of federal powers at the expense of the inherent and reserved powers of the state. This paper will examine two specific areas in which the Supreme Court has played a major role in the implementation of federal regulatory powers.
Schpok, Terry, "The Supreme Court Extends Federalism, 1937-1969" (1973). Honors Theses. 946.
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