Comparative Federalism: a systematic inquiry
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the origins, design and operation of the world's major federations, with particular attention to the United States, Canada, Germany and the European Union. It covers constitutional, institutional, judicial, fiscal and intergovernmental aspects of the way federal systems are structured and operate.
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