Chapter 9: Federalism and Subnational Legal Systems: The Canadian Example of Provincial Constitutionalism
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9 Federalism and subnational legal systems: the Canadian example of provincial constitutionalism G. Alan Tarr* 1 INTRODUCTION Scholars have long recognized that studying the constitutional architecture of other countries enhances one’s understandi...

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