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Author Greve, Michael S
Title The Upside-Down Constitution
Imprint Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 2012
©2012
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Introduction -- Part One: Foundations -- 1. Constitutionalism -- 2. Federalism -- 3. Constitutional Structure -- Part Two: Competitive Federalism -- 4. Commerce and Competition -- 5. Corporations -- 6. Federal Common Law -- 7. The Fiscal Constitution -- Part Three: Transformation -- 8. Constitutional Inversion -- 9. Commerce, Cartels, and Concurrent Powers -- 10. Erie's Federalism -- 11. Fiscal Federalism -- Part Four: Our Federalism -- 12. Federalism after the New Deal: Rights, Revenues, and Regulation -- 13. From Experiments to Exploitation -- 14. The Supreme Court's Federalism -- Part Five: The State of Our Federalism -- 15. The Court, the Nation, and the States -- 16. Federalism among the States -- 17. Concluding Essay: Federalism at the Crossroads -- Appendix: Constitutional Structure: Powers and Limitations -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Greve, Michael S. The Upside-Down Constitution Cambridge : Harvard University Press,c2012 9780674061910
Subject United States. -- Supreme Court.;Federal government -- United States.;Federal government -- United States -- History.;Constitutional history -- United States
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