How Federalism Can Promote a National Commitment to the Rule of Law

@article{Schapiro2019HowFC,
  title={How Federalism Can Promote a National Commitment to the Rule of Law},
  author={Robert A. Schapiro},
  journal={Studia Iuridica},
  year={2019}
}
  • R. Schapiro
  • Published 12 May 2019
  • Political Science
  • Studia Iuridica
Wspieranie praworządności należy do obowiązków każdego kraju. Obowiązek zapewnienia rządów prawa i praw człowieka spoczywa na rządach krajowych. Artykuł ten analizuje sposób, w jaki indywidualne stany Stanów Zjednoczonych Ameryki Północnej zachęcają rząd federalny do przestrzegania prawa oraz wprowadzania mechanizmów zmierzających do zabezpieczenia praw obywatelskich. Rządy stanowe przez wykorzystanie opozycji, sprzeciwu czy też współpracy z rządem federalnym doprowadziły do zbliżenia się Stan… 
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