federalism[ fed-er-uh-liz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF federalism
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He hated it more than any other of the "abominations" of Federalism.
The downfall of Federalism came with the presidential election of 1800.
He pronounced May 7, 1846, in favor of federalism as an excuse for insubordination.
All this must come, and more too, if federalism rules a few years longer.
It was only after the Bill passed that Federalism could be discussed.
This, Sir, is an abstract of the gentleman's history of Federalism.
The forces of militarism and federalism had been too strong for them.
Webster's federalism was something more than a partisan sentiment.
Let Federalism reach the Red River, the effects will not stop there.
This we have seen to be the real purport of American federalism.