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Federalism: Political Identity and Tragic Compromise (Cód: 3527836)

Feeley,Malcolm M.; Rubin,Edward L.


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'This is a brilliant book that all who consider are interested in the Constitution---judges, lawyers, and professors---must read.' ---Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean of Donald Bren School of Law, University of California at Irvine 'Professors Feeley and Rubin clearly define what is and is not federal system. This book should be required for serious students of comparative government and American government.' ---G. Ross Stephens, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of Missouri, Kansas City 'At last, an insightful examination of federalism stripped of its romance. An absolutely splendid book, rigorous but still accessible.' ---Larry Yackle, Professor of Law, Boston University 'A thought-provoking book on the nature of national-state relations in the United States federal system.' ---Joseph F. Zimmerman, Professor of Political Science, Rockefeller College, University at Albany Federalism refers to a system in which a centralized national government shares power with member states. Beyond this most basic definition, however, scholars debate the applications and implications of the term. Joining the concept of identity from political science with legal principle, Malcolm M. Feeley and Edward Rubin propose a theory of federalism and test the relevance of federalism for the United States today. Essentially, federalism represents a compromise among groups who refuse to yield autonomy yet acknowledge the benefits of forming a nation. As in the African and Asian nations forged from former colonies, federalism allows the member states---often dominated by ethnic minorities---to remain largely self-governing. In this way, a young nation can avoid secession and civil war while the people within its borders gradually abandon their local identities and come to view themselves as citizens of the nation. The United States, Feeley and Rubin remind us, faced a similar situation in the eighteenth century as thirteen regionally distinct, ethnically diverse, and highly independent British colonies came together to found a nation. Despite the Civil War and the upheaval of the Civil Rights Movement, the federalist strategy ultimately succeeded. For the United States in the early twenty-first century, thanks to the rise of a strong national identity and a ubiquitous bureaucracy, federalism has become obsolete. This bold argument is certain to provoke controversy. Malcolm M. Feeley is Claire Sanders Clements Dean's Chair Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley. Edward Rubin is Dean of the Vanderbilt University Law School and the school's first John Wade-Kent Syverud Professor of Law.


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Início da Venda 23/11/2012
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Cód. Barras 9780472024834
Ano da Publicação 109
AutorFeeley,Malcolm M.; Rubin,Edward L.