The Future of federalism; the law center dedication lecture series [by] Robert C. Weaver [and others] Compiled and with an introduction by Samuel I. Shuman. Pref. by William Rea Keast.
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Shuman, Samuel I.,
Weaver, Robert C. 1907-1997.
Wayne State University. Law School.
Courts -- United States.
Federal government -- United States.
Fédéralisme -- États-Unis.
Tribunaux -- États-Unis.
120 pages 23 cm
Public lectures delivered 1966-67 to commemorate the Wayne State University Law School's first year in its new quarters.
Includes bibliographical references.
Federal executive action and States' rights, by R.C. Weaver.--The Supreme Court and the future of federalism, by P.A. Freund.--The Federal courts and the nature and quality of State law--from the point of view of a Federal judge, by J.S. Wright.--The Federal courts and the nature and quality of State law--from the point of view of a State judge, by C.S. Desmond.--The role of the Congress and the political vitality of State government, by T.H. Kuchel.
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