Federalism, Localism, and the Shape of Constitutional Conflict
Premiere Date: 6/8/2015; 76 minutes


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Daniel B. Rodriguez, Dean of Northwestern University Law School, considers the dynamic relationship between structures of constitutional governance within the United States through an exploration of federalism (national/state relations) and localism (state/municipality relations). Recorded on 04/01/2015. (#29296)


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