The political geography of Federalism : an inquiry into origins and stability
Although the relevance of geographical inquiry to the study of federalism is now recognized by most political geographers, systematic research on the subject has badly lagged behind. There has been singularly little discussion (among geographers) of the concept of modern federalism. A close study of the existing literature on the subject would reveal the prevailing confusion among geographers regarding the nature of this polity. Many still cling to the old concept of federalism as a...[Show more]
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