American Intergovernmental Relations: Foundations, Perspectives, and Issues
Laurence J. O'Toole
Congressional Quarterly, 2000 - Political Science - 418 pages
Contains 33 readings addressing aspects of intergovernmental relations, including the historical roots of the American intergovernmental system; the political, fiscal, and administrative aspects of intergovernmental relations; and the future of the intergovernmental system. Selections include classic and contemporary findings and controversies. Each part includes an introductory essay and review questions.
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Historical and Theoretical Perspectives
What the Framers Meant by Federalism
The Federal System
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