New Federalism: A Truncation of Civil Liberties, The

No Thumbnail Available
Authors
Arenson, Kenneth J.
Issue Date
1989
Type
Journal Article
Language
Keywords
Research Projects
Organizational Units
Journal Issue
Alternative Title
Abstract
INTRODUCTION|Dating back to the Constitutional Convention of 1787, there has been an exhausting debate over the proper allocation of state and federal powers within our constitutional framework which, for lack of a better term, is often referred to as "federalim."I As the foregoing would suggest, it is an understatement to say that federalism is a most spacious term which is broad enough to encompass practically every aspect of the interrelationship between the states and the federal government. Therefore, the following discussion is not intended as an exposition of the development of that concept as it has evolved from the birth of our Constitution to the present. Indeed, to do justice to such a topic would entail the type of analysis that is best suited for a lengthy treatise rather than a law review article...
Description
Citation
22 Creighton L. Rev. 1 (1988-1989)
Publisher
Creighton University School of Law
License
Journal
Volume
Issue
PubMed ID
DOI
ISSN
EISSN