Friedelbaum, Stanley H.
June 2001
Albany Law Review;2001, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p1245
Academic Journal
Focuses on the judicial federalism in the United States. Cross-sectional analysis of conventional cases; Assessment on state constitutional law; Examination of a provision on meritocracy.


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