Federalist Government in Principle and Practice
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Federalism has generally been characterized as a system of government that is friendly to liberty. It is not obvious, though, why this should be so. Federalism is a form of government where citizens simultaneously reside in at least two governments, each of which has independent authority to tax and to regulate. By contrast, in a unitary form of government citizens face on...more
Hardcover, 297 pages
Published October 31st 2000 by Springer (first published October 1st 2000)
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