Teaching about federalism is important, in part because about 41.5 percent of the world's people live in federal or quasi-federal countries. Further, most people know little about federalism. This book enhances and enriches the teaching of federalism by providing substantive introductory information about 20 important facets of federalism and five federal-country case studies presented by accomplished scholars, along with ideas for how to teach each topic and evaluate students' learning as well as suggested readings on each topic. The book is a key resource for educators who teach federalism or wish to do so anywhere in the world. The book also provides enough information to make it a useful introductory resource for students studying federalism.

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