They wrote a new document called the Constitution, to replace the Articles of Confederation. The Constitution made a stronger Federal Government. It gave power to both the Federal Government and the state governments. This system is called federalism. Here are some examples of how powers are shared between the Federal Government and state.
Federal vs. State Policy Comparison Name: Subject: Date of Submission Introduction State and Federal criminal justice systems have one goal (to tackle crime), but they also have differences. This is highlighted by the fact that State and Federal agencies have different jurisdictional powers that provide checks and balances to ascertain.