6 edition of The rebirth of federalism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 329-358) and index.
|Statement||David B. Walker.|
|LC Classifications||JK311 .W17 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 370 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||94022025|
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The Rebirth of Caste [T]he slave went free; stood a brief moment in the sun; then moved back again toward slavery. Federalism—the division of power between the states and the federal government—was the device employed to protect the institution of slavery and the political power of slaveholding states. Even the method for determining. Brought to you by the Shutdown. Federalisms™ is open for business.
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Perhaps no one alive today is better at answering the question than David B. Walker, whose comprehensive book on our intergovernmental system, The Rebirth of Federalism was recently published. Walker has spent most of his professional career deeply involved in the study and the practice of intergovernmental relations.3/5(2).
Both a history of American federalism and an analysis of its current condition, this second edition offers up-to-date statistics and new interpretation. While considering recent developments, Walker concludes with an optimistic assessment of the overall health of the system.
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The Rebirth of Federalism "is both a history of American federalism and an analysis of its current somewhat enfeebled condition." The historical development deals with federalism in its various forms-from colonial types through the constitutional con.
This book is both a history of American federalism and an analysis of its current somewhat conflicted condition. It is not accidental that our entire system of domestic governance also is now encountering severe challenges. Federalism, after all, historically has.
Perhaps no one alive today is better at answering the question than David B. Walker, whose comprehensive book on our intergovernmental system, The Rebirth of Federalism was recently published.
Walker has spent most of his professional career deeply involved in the study and the practice of intergovernmental relations.3/5. David B. Walker is the author of The Rebirth of Federalism ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Modernist Maverick ( avg rating, 0 /5(2).
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In the face of the centralizing tendencies and the overload of public expectations on the current, conflicted system, Walker argues that the rebirth of an authentic federalism based on the reformulation of traditional precepts has become a fundamental requirement for the national government to confront the challenges of the post-Cold War : David Walker.
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Washington, D.C.: Brookings, Peterson looks at the costs of America’s federal system. Walker, David B. The Rebirth of Federalism. 2nd ed. Chatham, NJ: Chatham, Walker takes a look at the current state of federalism in a positive light.
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This is “The Meanings of Federalism”, section from the book 21st Century American Government and Politics which sold more copies proportional to the American population than any book before or since.
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--American federalism and it's intergovernmental relations, --Variations on dual federalism, --The rise and maturation of cooperative federalism, --Cooperative federalism's conceptual offspring, --The reactions to cooperative (and co-optive) federalism, --The federal judiciary: centralizer or umpire.
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Walker, The Rebirth of Federalism. David B. Walker, The Rebirth of Federalism: Slouching toward Washington (Washington, DC: CQ Press, ), – ↵ The term “competitive federalism” is developed in Thomas R.
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