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Constitutional Design and Power-Sharing in the Post-Modern Epoch
     

Constitutional Design and Power-Sharing in the Post-Modern Epoch

by Daniel J. Elazar
 
This volume is the product of the world conference of the International Association for Centers of Federal Studies held at the Jersalem Center for Public Affairs in 1984. The work explores the current issues in federal theory, new forms of power-sharing in the local arena, recent innovations in national and supranational power-sharing, as well as the use of

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This volume is the product of the world conference of the International Association for Centers of Federal Studies held at the Jersalem Center for Public Affairs in 1984. The work explores the current issues in federal theory, new forms of power-sharing in the local arena, recent innovations in national and supranational power-sharing, as well as the use of power-sharing arrangements to resolve intense conflict situations. The book is the work of many contributors who have developed over the years a theoretical framework, a language, and a set of thought hypotheses from within which they are now able to articulate a number of the important political questions of our time. Elazar's work is truly crucial to anyone interested in a comprehensive and provocative exploration of federalism today. Co-published with the Center for the Study of Federalism.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780819180957
Publisher:
UPA
Publication date:
02/01/1991
Series:
Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs/Center for Jewish Community Studies Series
Pages:
268
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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