Federalism: origin, operation, significance [by] William H. Riker.


Boston, Little, Brown [1964] .

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Subjects Federal government.
Federalisme.
Gouvernement fédéral.
Series Basic studies in politics.
Description xvii, 169 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes "Suggestions for further reading": pages 157-162.
Contents A Theory of Federalism -- The Origin and Purposes of Federalism -- The Maintenance of Fedearlism: The Administrative Theory -- Institutions of Federalism in the United States -- Federalism Outside the United States -- Is the Federal Bargain Worth Keeping?
Network Numbers (OCoLC)252359
(OCoLC)ocm00252359
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WorldCat Identities Riker, William H.
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