American federalism in perspective; readings selected and edited by Aaron Wildavsky.

Boston, Little, Brown [1967] .

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Subjects Federal government -- United States.
Federal government.
Political parties.
United States.
Series Introductory readers in American politics.
Description ix, 277 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents I. Concepts -- The "federal principle" reconsidered / Rufus Davis -- A note on the nature of federalism / William S. Livingston -- II. Theories -- Federalism : origin, operation, significance / William H. Riker -- Approaches to the study of federalism / Anthony H. Birch -- III. Parties -- Federalism and the party system / David B. Truman -- American political parties and the American system / Morton Grodzins -- Federalism and the party system in Canada / Steven Muller -- Party discipline under federalism : inplications of the Australian experience / Aaron Wildavsky -- IV. Practices -- American and German federalism : political differences / Arnold Brecht -- Federal-state collaboration in the nineteenth-century United States / Daniel J. Elazar -- American and German federalism : distribution of powers / Arnold Brecht -- Decision-making in a federal system / Edward W. Weidner -- The federal system / Morton Grodzins.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)520409
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WorldCat Identities Wildavsky, Aaron B.,
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