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The effect of judicial review on federal-state relations in Australia, Canada, and the United States / Richard E. Johnston.


Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, [1969] .
ISBN 9780807109014, 0807109010

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Subjects Australia.
Australien.
Canada.
Contrôle juridictionnel des lois -- Australie.
Contrôle juridictionnel des lois -- Canada.
Contrôle juridictionnel des lois -- États-Unis.
Federal government -- Australia.
Federal government -- Canada.
Federal government -- United States.
Federal government.
Föderalismus.
Gouvernement fédéral -- Australie.
Gouvernement fédéral -- Canada.
Gouvernement fédéral -- États-Unis.
Judicial review -- Australia.
Judicial review -- Canada.
Judicial review -- United States.
Judicial review.
Kanada.
USA.
United States.
Description xviii, 320 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
©1969
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 293-297) and index.
Contents Introduction -- The constitutional origins of the three nations -- The judiciary of the three federal states -- Intergovernmental immunities -- Regulation and control of taxing and spending -- Federalism and the treaty power -- Federalism and trade and commerce regulation -- A final word.
Geographic Area Australia
Canada
United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)981435
(OCoLC)ocm00981435
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WorldCat Identities Johnston, Richard E. 1923-
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