Recalibrating the Power Balance

Richy, Warren
January 2000
Christian Science Monitor;1/6/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 31, p1
Focuses on the legal arguments in a constitutional dispute in the United States initiated by a number of conservative justices to restore what they see as the proper balance of power between the federal and state governments.


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