Interstate Relations: The Neglected Dimension of Federalism

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1996 - 268 páginas

This groundbreaking book examines in detail relations between the states and the roles of United States Congress and Supreme Court in determining the nature of such relations--a distinguishing characteristic of a federal system. The neglect of interstate relations by scholars is surprising in view of the long and ongoing struggle between state power and federal power in the U.S. This new text provides a comprehensive examination of interstate relations, with up-to-date information and analysis relative to interstate suits, full faith and credit, privileges and immunities, tax exportation by states, interstate business competition, and interstate trade barriers. In addition, the work proposes a new model for improving interstate relations in the U.S. This important text will be of interest to scholars and students in American government and politics, state government and politics, and intergovernmental relations.

 

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Relations between States
1
Referee Role of the Supreme Court
17
Interstate Compacts and Agreements
33
Full Faith and Credit
59
Privileges and Immunities
87
Rendition of Fugitives from Justice
103
Interstate Economic Protectionism
117
Interstate Competition for Tourists Sports Franchises and Business Firms
141
Interstate Tax Revenue Competition
161
Formal and Informal Interstate Cooperation
185
Model for Improved Interstate Relations
213
Bibliography
237
Index
259
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JOSEPH F. ZIMMERMAN is Professor of Political Science at the State University of New York at Albany. He is the author of over 20 books, including Contemporary American Federalism (Praeger, 1992) and State-Local Relations, Second Edition (Praeger, 1995).

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