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This exciting new book by A.J. Bellia is a unique collection of legal and scholarly materials intended for use in a range of courses, including Constitutional Law, Federalism, Federalism History, Federalism Theory, and Comparative Federalism. The first book of its kind, Federalism spans traditional subject areas, which allows a deeper and richer treatment of the subject of federalism.
This compelling addition to the Aspen Elective Series features:
- progressive scrutiny of federalism that starts by looking at the framework of American federalism, moves on to an examination of national and state powers to regulate, and finishes with an exploration of judicial federalism
- primary historical and theoretical sources relating to legal development and enduring questions, which will enrich students' understanding of constitutional doctrine and foster interdisciplinary learning
- consideration of federalism themes, across subject areas, that transcends lines drawn by courses such as Constitutional Law, Federal Courts, or Civil Procedure, substantially broadening the ways in which federalism can be taught
This concise paperback offers an exciting new approach to teaching and learning about federalism and will be an advantage to any course that deals with the relationship between the federal and state governments.