Federal Preemption: States Powers, National Interests Richard A. Epstein

ISBN: 9780844742540

Published: August 30th 2007

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362 pages


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Federal Preemption: States Powers, National Interests  by  Richard A. Epstein

Federal Preemption: States Powers, National Interests by Richard A. Epstein
August 30th 2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 362 pages | ISBN: 9780844742540 | 3.80 Mb

The last few decades have brought a renewed appreciation for the role of states, particularly as laboratories for social legislation. At the same time, the rise of the modern litigation industry has caused many to renew calls for national preemptionMoreThe last few decades have brought a renewed appreciation for the role of states, particularly as laboratories for social legislation. At the same time, the rise of the modern litigation industry has caused many to renew calls for national preemption on economic policies and thus to provide the United States with a more uniform and predictable market.

Both conservatives and liberals hoist the flag of federalism when it supports their policy preferences. Federal Preemption elevates the debate to a higher level of enduring principles that can guide our government in the 21st century.



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