The upside-down Constitution /

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Main Author: Greve, Michael S
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2012
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245 1 4 |a The upside-down Constitution /  |c Michael S. Greve 
260 |a Cambridge, Mass. :  |b Harvard University Press,  |c 2012 
300 |a viii, 518 p. ;  |c 25 cm 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0 |a Introduction -- Part one. Foundations: Constitutionalism; federalism; constitutional structure -- Part two. Competitive federalism: Commerce and competition; corporations; federal common law; the fiscal constitution -- Part three. Transformation: Constitutional inversion; commerce, cartels, and concurrent powers; Erie's federalism; fiscal federalism revisited -- Part four. Our federalism: Federalism after the New Deal: rights, revenues, and regulation; from experiments to exploitation; the Supreme Court's federalism -- Part five. "Our federalism": the court, the nation, and the states; federalism among the states; conclusion: federalism at the crossroads 
610 1 0 |a United States.  |b Supreme Court 
650 0 |a Federal government  |z United States 
650 0 |a Federal government  |z United States  |x History 
650 0 |a Constitutional history  |z United States 
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