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Conference Proceeding

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Introduction: Some Reflections on the Federalism Debate, Yale Law & Policy Review and Yale Journal on Regulation, Symposium issue, March 1996

Abstract

A just polity requires two main features: the proper distribution of governmental power within and among its political entities, and a pervasive public virtue. The two are closely related. In an election year when both features are being called into question in the U.S., this symposium could not be more timely.

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1996

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