As a political idea, federalism--the concept that democratic government should be divided between different tiers--has been subjected to a negative and even hostile treatment by sections of both the establishment and the media in Britain. For some years a popular misconception has been promoted that federalism and federal thinking are alien to British tradition. Yet history reveals a very different picture. The federal constitution of the USA was created by British citizens influenced above all by British political ideas. ...

Federalism and the British 2008, Federal Trust for Education & Research, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781903403884

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