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ISBN:0802065694
Author: Keith G. Banting,Richard Simeon
ISBN13: 978-0802065698
Title: Redesigning the State: The Politics of Constitutional Change
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Language: English
Category: Constitutional Law
Publisher: Univ of Toronto Pr (September 1, 1985)
Pages: 257

Redesigning the State: The Politics of Constitutional Change by Keith G. Banting,Richard Simeon



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Banting, Keith G. 1947 Hrsg.

Redesigning the State. In some cases, such as Belgium and Spain, far-reaching constitutional changes have been put in place; in others advocates of reform have achieved only partial victories or have been entirely frustrated.

University of Toronto Press, 1985. They are particularly good in showing how ethnic and regional interests have shaped, or distorted, the constitutional structure. Thrown in for good measure-or contrast-is a chapter on the .

Redesigning the State: The Politics of Constitutional ChangeKeith G. Banting Richard Simeon eds. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985, pp. xii, 257. Frank MacKinnon (a1). University of Calgary. Published online: 10 November 2009.

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