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Cases and Materials on Local Government Law (American Casebook Series)

Edition: 5th ed., 2010
Author(s): Frug, Ford, Barron


SKU: 93188



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This Cases and Materials on Local Government Law law school casebook concentrates on three relationships—between cities and higher levels of government, between neighboring cities, and between cities and the people who live within their boundaries. The authors set out the basic arguments for and against the decentralization of power, address the question of the relationships between cities and states and between cities and the federal government, relationships between central cities and suburbs, and the legal relationship between city governments and their constituents. The materials help illuminate the range of urban problems American cities now face, such as the phenomenon of urban sprawl.

Table of Contents includes:
Introduction to the Problems of Decentralization;
The Relationship Between Cities and States and Between Cities and the Federal Government;
The Relationship Among Neighboring Cities;
The Relationship Between Cities and Their Citizens.


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Format Hardcover
Author Frug, Ford, Barron
ISBN 9780314908797
Edition 5th ed., 2010
Publisher West