Contemporary u.s. federalism: coercive change with cooperative continuity

Contemporary U.S. federalism is a complex mixture of coercive, cooperative, and dual elements. Constitutionally and politically, the federal system has become coercive because there has been a vast expansion of federal-government power over the states since the 1960s. This coercion involves, among o...

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Main Author: Kincaid, John
Format: Article
Published: Generalitat de Catalunya: Institut d'Estudis Autonòmics 2008
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Source:Revista d'estudis autonòmics i federals, ISSN 1886-2632, Nº. 6, 2008, pags. 10-36
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