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Title Federalism and rights / edited by Ellis Katz and G. Alan Tarr
Published Lanham, Md. ; London : Rowman & Littlefield, [1996]


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Description xxiii, 208 pages ; 24 cm
Contents 1. Federalism, Diversity, and Rights / Daniel J. Elazar -- 2. Does Federalism Secure or Undermine Rights? / A. E. Dick Howard -- 3. Contemporary Constitutional Theory, Federalism, and the Protection of Rights / Gary Jeffrey Jacobsohn -- 4. Federalism and Rights in the American Founding / Jean Yarbrough -- 5. Toward a Corrective Federalism: The United States Constitution, Federalism, and Rights / Michael P. Zuckert -- 6. Federalism and the Protection of Individual Rights: The American State Constitutional Perspective / Dorothy Toth Beasley -- 7. Rights and Federalism: An Agenda to Advance the Vision of Justice Brennan / Talbot D'Alemberte -- 8. Federalism and Rights in the European Community / Koen Lenaerts -- 9. Can the Center Hold?: Federalism and Rights in Canada / Irwin Cotler
Notes "The essays that comprise this volume were initially presented at an international conference on "Federalism and Rights" held in Philadelphia in November 1992"--Acknowledgments
Subject Civil rights -- United States -- History.
Civil rights.
Federal government -- United States -- History.
Federal government.
Author Katz, Ellis.
Tarr, G. Alan (George Alan)
LC no. 95008954
ISBN 0847680894
0847680908 (paperback)