The Rehnquist Court and Contemporary American Federalism
Timothy J. Conlan and François Vergniolle De Chantal analyze the core tenets of the Supreme Court's emerging doctrines of judicial federalism under Chief Justice William Rehnquist. They assess the significance of these cases for the operation of contemporary American federalism, and consider their implications for the judiciary's role in the U.S. constitutional framework.
The Price of Federalism, Paul E. Peterson Reviewed by Timothy J. Conlan
Coping with Mandates: What Are the Alternatives?, Michael Fix and Daphne A. Kenyon Reviewed by Timothy J. Conlan
Solving the Riddle of Tax Reform: Party Competition and the Politics of Ideas, David R. Beam and Timothy J. Conlan, Margaret T. Wrightson
The Regulation of American Federalism, Donald F. Kettl Reviewed by Timothy J. Conlanmore by this author
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