Comparative Federalism: A Study in Judicial Interpretation

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Modem societies, - like organized societies of all eras, - suffer from antithetical aspirations, from competing institutionalizations of that which is desirable, and that which, though unwelcome, is inevitable. Men clearly see the advantages of localism, of the self determination of small peoples, of l' amour du chocher uninhibited by imperial sovereign ty. At the same time men everywhere are seeing the clear necessity of bigness in organization of national effort. When the question is military organization no one has much ...

Comparative Federalism: A Study in Judicial Interpretation 1971, Springer

ISBN-13: 9789024704101

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Comparative Federalism: A Study in Judicial Interpretation 1964, Springer

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