Ballots, Popular Sovereignty, and the Rule of Law: How Should We Think About Voting Laws?
Explores the constitutionality of voting laws.
This lesson includes a variety of activities and primary source excerpts, providing students with a comprehensive study of federalism. Through the Constitution’s system of federalism, power is divided between national and subnational governments. Federalism allows citizens to make policy decisions at state and local levels. Decentralization draws individuals out of private life and compels civic engagement.