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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of federalism

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of federalism:
/fɛdɹ̩əlɪzəm/

Derived Form of federalism

noun
plural: federalisms
Noun
1
the idea of a federal organization of more or less self-governing units
Hypernymspolitical orientation,
Type ofideology, political orientation, political theory,

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  1. of India is of federalism. In the past 25 years, there's been a steep change in federalism;
  2. FEDERALISM, RIGHT. AND FEDERALISM HAS SOME UPSIDES,
  3. Don't even get me started about issues of federalism
  4. of federalism.
  5. And so for example, something like federalism
  6. heavy handed federalism would have been dramatic. Whether it would have been better or worse
  7. Because as Antonin Scalia was the first to point out to me, federalism was the best system
  8. WHOLE FEDERALISM, ELECTORAL
  9. government, federalism, and popular sovereignty live on past the end, the continuity of government
  10. to rampant state violence behind the facade of federalism.
  11. the United States these days. And also, with our tradition of federalism, there's a lot
  12. The authors of your textbook want to talk about federalism:
  13. It was a sort of federalism against the one king wanting to rule them all
  14. the worst enemy of federalism at the moment is itself.
  15. something we call progressive federalism,
  16. undermines our system of federalism
  17. since its beginning, to federalism.
  18. But it's also rooted deeply in Federalism and in what
  19. in federalism. You could call it whatever you
  20. It is a theory of the nature of federalism.