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

@inproceedings{Schapiro2019HowFC,
  title={How Federalism Can Promote a National Commitment to the Rule of Law},
  author={R. Schapiro},
  year={2019}
}
The obligation of the government to obey the law constitutes a central element in most conceptions of the “Rule of Law”. Ensuring the legality of governmental action advances the core rule-of-law value1 of protecting against arbitrary government conduct. References to “the government”, however, elide the reality of multiple, overlapping governing authorities. Federal systems, such as the United States, feature subnational units with constitutionally recognized roles. Even in systems not… Expand
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