PUBLICATIONS

American Federalism

 

2017

Kincaid, John. 2017. “The Eclipse of Dual Federalism by One-Way Cooperative Federalism.” Arizona State Law Journal 49 (3): 1061-1089. Free full text.

Kincaid, John, Guest Ed. 2017. “The Shifting Sands of American IGR in an Era of Flux and UncertaintyWhat’s Happening and What to Expect.” State and Local Government Review 49 (September): 156-228. Table of Contents and paid access.

Kincaid, John. 2017. “Introduction: The Trump Interlude and the States of American Federalism.” State and Local Government Review 49 (September): 156-169. Abstract and paid access.

Kincaid, John. 2017. “Obstacles to Federalism Reform in the United States.” In A People’s Federation, eds. Mark Bruerton, Tracey Arklay, Robyn Hollander, and Ron Levy. Leichhardt, NSW: The Federation Press, 184-198. Description and ordering information. 

Kincaid, John. 2017. “From Dualistic Autonomous Concurrency to Marbleised Permissive Concurrency in American Federalism.” In Concurrent Powers in Federal Systems: Meaning, Making, Managing, ed. Nico Steytler. Leiden and Boston: Brill/Nijhoff, 32-148. Description and ordering information.

 

2016

Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2016. “Citizen Evaluations of Federalism and the Importance of Trust in the Federation Government for Opinions on Regional Equity and Subordination in Four Countries.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 46 (Winter): 51-76. Abstract and paid access.

Kincaid, John. 2016.Cooperative State Administration of Coercive Federal Policies in U.S. Federalism,” Jahrbuch des Föderalismus, ed. Europäisches Zentrum für Föderalismus-Forschung Tübingen. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 325-36. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 2016. “State-Federal Relations: Lost on the Campaign Trail.” The Book of the States. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 23-32. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2016. “Territorial Neutrality and Cultural Pluralism in American Federalism: Is the United States the Archenemy of Peripheral Nationalism?Swiss Political Science Review 22 (4): 565–84. Abstract and paid access.

Kincaid, John. 2016. “Federalism in American History.” In American Governance Vol. 2, ed. Stephen L. Schechter. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference, 202-208. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2016. “Judicial Federalism.” In American Governance Vol. 3, ed. Stephen L. Schechter. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference, 119-123. Description and ordering information.

 

2015

Kincaid, John. 2015. “State-Federal Relations: Obstructive or Constructive Federalism.” In The Book of the States. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 25-35. Free full text.

 

2014

Kincaid, John. 2014. “State-Federal Relations: States Still on the Defensive.” In The Book of the States. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 19-29. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2014. Policy Coercion and Administrative Cooperation in American Federalism.” In Federalism as Decision Making: Changes in Structures, Procedures and Policies, eds. Frandesco Paleremo and Elisabeth Alber. Leiden: Brill, 62-76. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2014. “A Guide for Successful Devolution.” London School of Economics Blog, October 13. Free full text.

Leckrone, J. Wesley. 2014. “Federalism, American Public Policy, and the Roberts Court.” In Studies in Contemporary Constitutional Law, eds. Ives Gandra da Silva Martins, Carlos Valder do Nascimento and Dirceo Torrecillas Ramos. Ilheus-Bahia, Brazil: Editora da UESC, 573-605.

 

2013

Kincaid, John. 2013. “State-Federal Relations: Back to the Future?” In The Book of the States. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 21-30. Free full text.

Kincaid, John 2013. “The United States of America: From Dualistic Simplicity to Centralized Complexity.” In Routledge Handbook of Regionalism and Federalism, eds. John Kincaid, John Loughlin and Wilfried Swendent. London and New York: Routledge, 157-171. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John and Richard Cole. 2013. “Attachments to Multiple Communities and Public Ambivalence Toward Immigration in the United States,” Canadian Issues / Themes Canadiens (Spring): 73-77. Paid access.

 

2012

Kincaid, John. 2012. “State-Federal Relations: Revolt Against Coercive Federalism?” In The Book of the States. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 39-50. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2012. “State Challenges to Coercive Federalism in the United States.” In Governing from the Center: The Influence of the Federal/Central Government on Subnational Governments, ed. Gisela Färber. Speyer: Deutsches Forschungsinstitut für Öffentliche Verwaltung, 65-73. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2012. “The Rise of Coercive Federalism in the United States: Dynamic Change with Little Formal Reform.” In The Future of Australian Federalism, eds. Gabrielle Appleby, Nicholas Aroney and Thomas John. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 157-179. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2012. “The Constitutional Frameworks of State and Local Government Finance.” In The Oxford Handbook of State and Local Government Finance, eds. Robert D. Ebel and John E. Petersen. New York: Oxford University Press, 45-82. Abstract and ordering information.

Leckrone, J. Wesley and Justin Gollob. 2012. “The Effectiveness of Intergovernmental Lobbying Mechanisms in the American Federal System.”Régionalisme & Fédéralisme /Regionalism & Federalism 12. Free full text.

 

2011

Kincaid, John. 2011. “State-Federal Relations: Civil War Redux?” In The Book of the States. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 21-28. Free full text.

Kincaid, John, and Carl Stenberg. 2011. “Introduction to the Symposium on Intergovernmental Management and ACIR Beyond 50: Implications for Institutional Development and Research.” Public Administration Review 71 (March/April): 158-160. Free full text.  

Kincaid, John. 2011. “The U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations: Unique Artifact of a Bygone Era.” Public Administration Review 71 (March/April): 181-189. Abstract and paid access

Kincaid, John, and Carl Stenberg. 2011. “‘Big Questions’ About Intergovernmental Relations and Management: Who Will Address Them?Public Administration Review 71 (March): 196-202. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 2011. “The Rise of Social Welfare and Onward March of Coercive Federalism.” In Networked Governance: The Future of Intergovernmental Management, eds. Jack W. Meek and Kurt Thurmaier. Los Angeles: Sage/CQ Press, 8-38. Paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 2011. “Perfiles actuales del federalismo fiscal en los Estados Unidos.” In Revista de Derecho Comparado 17: 17-47. Free full text. 

Reprinted in Federalismo Fiscal: Experiencia Nacional y Comparada, eds. Miguel Angel Asensio and Pablo Maria Garat. Buenos Aires:Rubinzal-Culzoni Editores, 199-229.

Kincaid, John. 2011. “Political Coercion and Administrative Cooperation in U.S. Intergovernmental Relations.” In Varieties of Federal Governance: Major Contemporary Models, ed. Rekha Saxena. New Delhi: Cambridge University Press India, 37-53. Paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 2011. “Effective Governance: Withering Without Federalism.” In Transforming American Governance: Rebooting the Public Square, eds. Alan P. Balutis, Terry F. Buss, and Dwight Ink. Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe, 111-125. Description and ordering information. 

Smith, Troy Ellis. 2011. Review of Federalism, by John Kincaid. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 42 (October): 4. Paid access.

Smith, Troy Ellis. 2011. “Federalism: An Annotated Bibliography.” In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Political Science, ed. Richard Valelly. New York: Oxford University Press, November 29. Free full text.

 

2010

Kincaid, John. 2010. “State-Federal Relations: Cooperative Coercion.” In The Book of the States. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 21-30. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2010. “Democracy Versus Federalism in the United States of America.” In Federal Democracies, eds. Michael Burgess and Alain-G. Gagnon. London: Routledge, 119-141. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2010. “The Global Financial Crisis: Continuity in U.S. Federalism.” L’Europe en formation 358 (Winter): 15-32. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2010. “United States of America.” In Diversity and Unity in Federal Countries, eds. Luis Moreno and César Colino. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 350-378. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2010. “The Eclipse of the States in the U.S. Senate.” In Legislatures in Federal Systems and Multi-Level Governance, ed. Rudolf Hrbek. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 66-76. Description and ordering information. 

Leckrone, J. Wesley and Justin Gollob. 2010. “Telegrams to Washington: Using Memorials to Congress as a Measure of State Attention to the Federal Policy Agenda.” State and Local Government Review 42 (Fall): 235-245. Abstract and paid access.

 

2009

Kincaid, John. 2009. “State-Federal Relations: Agendas for Change and Continuity.” In The Book of the States 2009. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 21-27. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2009. “State-Federal Relations.” In Encyclopedia of U.S. Political History: Volume Six, Postwar Consensus to Social Unrest, 1946-1975, ed., Thomas Langston. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 349-354. Description and paid access.

 

2008

Kincaid, John. 2008. “State-Federal Relations: Dueling Policies.” In The Book of the States, 2008. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 2008, 19-24. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2008. “Contemporary U.S. Federalism: Coercive Change with Cooperative Continuity.” Revista d’Estudis Autonomics I Federals 6 (April): 10-36.

Smith, Troy Ellis. 2008. “Intergovernmental Lobbying: How Opportunistic Actors Create a Less Structured and Balanced Federal System.” In Intergovernmental Management for the 21st Century, eds. Paul Posner and Timothy Conlan. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2008. Description and ordering information. 

Smith, Troy Ellis. 2008. Review of Governing the American State: Congress and the New Federalism, 1877-1929, ed. Kimberley S. Johnson. Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 38: 3 (Summer): 603-605. Paid access.

Smith, Troy Ellis and J. Cherie Strachan. 2008. “Responses to Rubin and Feeley.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 38 (Spring 2008): 201-210. Paid access.

 

2007

Kincaid, John. 2007-2008. “Aspects de la Cooperation et de la Cocurrence dans les Relations Intergouvernmentales aux États-Unis,” Télescope: Revue D’analyse Comparée en Administration Publique 14:1 (Winter): 81-97.

Kincaid, John. 2007. “State-Federal Relations: A Policy Tug of War.” In The Book of the States 2007. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 19-24. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2007. “City Autonomy in the American Federal System.” Competition Versus Cooperation: German Federalism in Need of Reform—A Comparative Perspective, eds. Ralf Thomas Baus, Raoul Blindenbacher, and Ulrich Karpen. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 235-244.

Smith, Troy Ellis. 2007. “Divided Publius: Democracy, Federalism and the Cultivation of Public Sentiment.” Review of Politics 69 (October): 568-598. Abstract and paid access.

 

2006

Kincaid, John. 2006. “State-Federal Relations: Federal Dollars Down, Federal Power Up.” In The Book of the States, 2006. Lexington, KY: The Council of State Governments, 19-25. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2006. “Coercive Federalism,” “Competitive Federalism,” “Decentralization,” “Devolution,” “Federalism Summit,” and “Non-centralization.” In Federalism in America: An Encyclopedia, eds. Joseph R. Marbach, Ellis Katz, and Troy E. Smith. Westport, CT: Greenwood. Free full text.

Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2006. “Public Opinion on U.S. Federal and Intergovernmental Issues in 2006: Continuity and Change.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 36 (Summer): 443-459. Abstract and paid access.

Kincaid, John. 2006-2007. Review of Interstate Disputes: The Supreme Court’s Original Jurisdiction, by Joseph F. Zimmerman. American Review of Politics 27 (Winter): 376-378.

Marbach, Joseph, Ellis Katz and Troy Smith, eds. 2006. Federalism in America: An Encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing. Free full text.

Marbach, Joseph. 2006. “Fundamental Orders of Connecticut,” “National Labor Relations Act of 1935,” “Nixon, Richard M.,” “No Child Left Behind Act,” “Picket Fence Federalism,” and “Sixteenth Amendment.” In Federalism in America: An Encyclopedia, eds. Joseph Marbach, Ellis Katz and Troy Smith. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing. Free full text.

Smith, Troy Ellis. 2006. “Connecticut Compromise”, “Crosscutting Requirements”, “Crossover Sanctions”, “Governors and Federalism”, “Pass Through Requirements”, and “Roosevelt, Franklin D.” In Encyclopedia of American Federalism, eds. by Joseph R. Marbach, Ellis Katz and Troy E. Smith. Westport, CT: Greenwood. Free full text.

 

2005

Kincaid, John. 2005. “State-Federal Relations: Defense, Demography, Debt and Deconstruction as Destiny.” In The Book of the States, 2005. Lexington, KY: The Council of State Governments, 25-30. Free full text.

Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2005. “Public Opinion on Issues of U.S. Federalism in 2005: End of the Post-2001 Pro-Federal Surge?Publius: The Journal of Federalism 35 (Winter): 169-185. Abstract and paid access.

 

2004

Kincaid, John. 2004. “Trends in Federalism: Continuity, Change and Polarization.” In Book of the States, 2004. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 21-27. Free full text.

 

2003

Kincaid, John. 2003. “Trends in Fiscal Federalism: Is Fiscal Federalism Fizzling?” In The Book of the States, 2003, Vol. 35. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 200-205. Free full text.

Reprinted in Council of State Governments’ National Center for Interstate Compacts Web Resource Library, 2006.

Kincaid, John. 2003. “Extinguishing the Twin Relics of Barbaric Multiculturalism—Slavery and Polygamy—From American Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 33 (Winter): 75-92. Abstract and paid access.

 

2002

Kincaid, John. 2002. “State Federal Relations: Continuing Regulatory Federalism.” In The Book of the States, 2001-2002, Vol, 34. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 25-32. Free full text.

Reprinted in Council of State Governments’ National Center for interstate Compacts Web Resource Library, 2006.

Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2002. “Issues of Federalism in Response to Terrorism.” Public Administration Review 62 (Special Issue): 181-192. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 2002. “Intergovernmental Relations in the United States of America.” In Intergovernmental Relations in Federal Countries: A Series of Essays on the Practice of Federal Governance, ed. J. Peter Meekison. Ottawa: Forum of Federations, 33-44.

Kincaid, John. 2002. “Interstate Cooperation in the United States.” In Reformen durch interregionale Zusammenarbeit, ed. Bertlesmann-Kommission. Gütersloh: Verlag Bertelsmann Stifung, 23-37.

Marbach, Joseph and J. Wesley Leckrone. 2002. “Intergovernmental Lobbying for the Passage of TEA-21.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 32 (Winter): 45-64. Abstract and paid access.

 

2001

Elazar, Daniel J. 2001. “Federalism: Collaboration and/or Its Evolution,” Reviews of New Federalism to Devolution: Twenty-Five Years of Intergovernmental Reforms by Timothy Conlan and Collaborative Federalism: Economic Reform in Australia in the 1990s by Martin Painter. Governance: An International Journal of Policy and Administration 14 (January): 135-139. Paid access.

Kincaid, John. 2001. “Devolution in the United States: Rhetoric and Reality.” In The Federal Vision: Legitimacy and Levels of Governance in the United States and the European Union, eds. Kalypso Nicolaides and Robert Howse. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 144-160. Description and ordering information. 

Kincaid, John. 2001. “Federalism in the United States of America: A Continual Tension Between Persons and Places.” Politische Vierteljahrsschrift 32: 134-156. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 2001. “The State of U.S. Federalism, 2000-2001: Continuity in Crisis.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 31 (Summer): 1-69. Abstract and paid access.

Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2001. “Changing Public Attitudes on Power and Taxation in the American Federal System.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 31 (Summer): 205-214. Abstract and paid access.

Kincaid, John. 2001. “The 2000 Presidential Election: National and Local Politics in American Federalism.” Indian Journal of Political Science 62 (June): 201-219. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 2001. “Terrorism at the W.T.C. New York: Response from a Federal Democracy.” Indian Journal of Federal Studies 62 (2): 166-169.

Kincaid, John. 2001. “The American Devolution Derby: The Devolution Turtle vs. The Centralization Rabbit.” In Reforming Governance: Lessons from the United States of America and the Republic of Germany, eds. Franz Gress and Jackson Janes. New York: Palgrave, 86-134. Description and ordering information. 

Kincaid, John. 2001. “Economic Policy-Making: Advantages and Disadvantages of the Federal Model.” International Social Science Journal 167 (March): 85-92. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 2001. “Reviving the ACIR Would Be Wonderful–But It’s Unlikely.” State Tax Notes 20 (January): 369. Abstract and paid access. 

Smith, Troy Ellis. 2001. “Federalism in the 2000 Election: Competing Visions of America’s Future.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 31 (Summer): 71-95. Abstract and paid access.

Reprinted as Smith, Troy Ellis. 2016. “Federalism in the 2000 Election: Competing Visions of America’s Future.” In Virtual Issue on Federalism and American Elections. Publius: The Journal of Federalism (June).

 

2000

Kincaid, John. 2000. “Introduction: Federalism Values and Health Values.” Scipolicy: The Journal of Science and Health Policy 1 (Fall): 4-21.

Kincaid, John. 2000. “Constitutional Proposals from the States.Insights on Law & Society 1 (Fall): 15. Free full text.

Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2000. “Public Opinion and American Federalism: Perspectives on Taxes, Spending, and Trust–An ACIR Update.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 30 (Winter/Spring): 189-201. Abstract and paid access.

Reprinted in Spectrum: The Journal of State Government 74:3 (Summer 2001): 14-18.

Kincaid, John. 2000. “Retrocesión en el Sistema Federal de Estados Unidos: Hecho o Ficción?” In El Nuevo Federalismo in América del Norte, eds. Paz Consuelo Márquez-Padilla and Julián Castro Rea. México City: Centro de Investigaciones Sobre América del Norte, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 277-334.

Kincaid, John. 2000. “Paean to Federalism.” The Wilson Quarterly 24 (Winter): 8. Abstract and paid access. 

Marbach, Joseph. 2000. “Federal Internet Gambling Prohibition Act: Riding Roughshod over the States.” Knight-Ridder News Service, July 17.

 

1999

Kincaid, John. 1999. “De Facto Devolution and Urban Defunding: The Priority of Persons Over Places.” Journal of Urban Affairs 21 (Summer): 135-167. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 1999. “The International Competence of US States and Their Local Governments.” Regional & Federal Studies 9 (Spring): 111-130. Abstract and paid access. 

Reprinted in Francisco Aldecoa and Michael Keating, eds.1999. Paradiplomacy in Action: The Foreign Relations of Subnational Governments. London: Frank Cass, 111-130.

Translated as “La Competencia Internacional De Los Estados Unidos Y Sus Gobiernos Locales.” In Paradiplomacia: Las Relaciones Internacionales de las Regiones, eds. Fransicso Aldecoa and Michael Keating. Madrid: Marcial Pons, Ediciones Jusidicas Y Sociales S.A., 2000, 115-141.

Kincaid, John. 1999. “Local Government in the Non-Centralized U.S. Federal System.” Official Report of the “U.S.-Japan Local Autonomy Forum.” New York: Japan Local Government Center.

Kincaid, John. 1999. “Del Federalismo Dual al Federalismo Coercitivo en las Relaciones Intergubernamentales de los Estados Unidos de América.” In El Estado de las Autonomias: Hacia un Nuevo Federalismo?, eds. Robert Agranoff and Rafael Bañón I Martine. Vitoria, Spain: Administración de la Communidad Autónoma de Euskadi, Instituto Vasco de Administración Pública, 31-53. Description and ordering information. 

Smith, Troy Ellis, Dennis Eggett and Mike George. 1999. “State Legislators in Congress: the Implications for Federalism.” In A Selected Bibliography on the State Legislature as an Institution: 1999 Update. Annapolis, MD: Maryland Department of Legislative Services.

Smith, Troy Ellis. 1999. “Federalism.” In Fulfilling the Founding: A Reader in American Heritage, ed. Gary Daynes. Needham Heights, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing, 325-354. Description and ordering information. 

 

1998

Elazar, Daniel J. 1998. “State-Local Relations: Union and Home Rule.” In Governing Partners: State-Local Relations in the United States, ed. Russell L. Hanson. Boulder, CO: Westview, 37-51. Description and ordering information. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1998. “The Many Faces of School Vouchers.” Sh’ma 29 (December). Free full text. 

Kincaid, John. 1998. “The Devolution Tortoise and the Centralization Hare.” New England Economic Review (May/June): 13-40. Free full text.  

Reprinted in Readings & Cases in State and Local Politics, ed. Richard A. Clucas. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2006, pp. 57-69.

 

1997

Elazar, Daniel J. 1997. “Estados Unidos: la no centralizacion constitucionalizada.” In Hacia un nuevo federalismo? ed. Alicia Hernandez Chavez. Mexico: Fideicomiso Historia de las Americas. Free full text. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1997. “Foreword.” In Federalism and Political Culture, eds. Aaron Wildavsky, David Scheicher and Brendown Swedlow. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, ix-xv. Description and ordering information. 

Kincaid, John. 1997. “Global Interdependence and Local Independence in American Federalism.” In Future Challenges of Local Autonomy in Japan, Korea, and the United States, eds. Fukashi Horie and Masaru Nishio. Tokyo: National Institute for Research Advancement, 371-388.

 

1996

Elazar, Daniel J. 1996. “Federalism, Diversity, and Rights.” In Federalism and Rights, eds. Ellis Katz and G. Alan Tarr. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1-10. Description and ordering information. 

Kincaid, John and Daphne A. Kenyon. 1996. “Fiscal Federalism in the United States: The Reluctance to Equalize Jurisdictions.” In Finanzverfassung im Spannungsfeld zwischen Zentralstaat und Gliedstaaten, eds. Werner W. Pommerehne and George Ress. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 34-56.

Kincaid, John. 1996. “Teoría Y Práctica del Federalismo Fiscal en los Estados Unidos.” In Hacia un Nuevo Federalismo, ed. Alicia Hernández Chávez. Mexico City: El Colegio de México, Fondo de Cultura Económica, 242-264.

Kincaid, John. 1996. “From Dual to Coercive Federalism in American Intergovernmental Relations.” In Globalization and Decentralization, eds. John S. Jun and Deil S. Wright. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 29-47. Description and ordering information. 

Kincaid, John. 1996. “Intergovernmental Costs and Coordination in U.S. Environmental Protection.” In Federalism and the Environment: Environmental Policymaking in Australia, Canada, and the United States, eds. Kenneth M. Holland, F. L. Morton, and Brian Galligan. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 79-101. Description and ordering information. 

 

1995

Elazar, Daniel J. and John Kincaid. 1995. “Introduction: 25th Anniversary.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 25 (Spring): 1-4. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. and John Kincaid. 1995. “Introduction: Publius — 25 Years.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 25 (Winter): 1-2. Paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 1995. “Values and Value Tradeoffs in Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 25 (Spring): 29-44. Abstract and paid access.

Kincaid, John. 1995. “Liberty, Competition, and the Rise of Coercion in American Federalism.” Competition among Institutions, ed. Lüder Gerken. London: Macmillan and New York: St. Martin’s Press, 259-281. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 1995. “Social Standards and Labor Market Policy in American Federalism.” Saint Louis-Warsaw Transatlantic Law Journal 1995 (1995): 133-148. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 1995. “The U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations: Background and Performance.” In What Model for the Committee of the Regions? Past Experiences and Future Perspectives, eds. Renaud Dehousse and Thomas Christiansen. Florence, Italy: European University Institute, 75-100.

Kincaid, John. 1995. “Intergovernmental Deregulation?” Public Administration Review 55 (September/October): 495-497.

Kincaid, John. 1995. “American Experiences in the Theory and Practice of Fiscal Federalism.” In Multiple Identities in a Single State: Indian Federalism in Comparative Perspective, eds. Balveer Arora and Douglas V. Verney. Delhi: Konark Publishers, 324-338. Description and ordering information. 

Kincaid, John. 1995. “Foreword: The New Federalism Context of the New Judicial Federalism.” Rutgers Law Journal 26 (Summer): 913-948.

Kincaid, John. 1995. “Rechtssystem und Gerichtsbarkeit.” In Regierungssystem der USA: Lehr-und Handbuch, eds. Wolfgang Jäger and Wolfgang Welz. München: R. Oldenbourg Verlag, 214-230; 2nd ed., 1998.

Kincaid, John. 1995. Review of The Rebirth of Federalism: Slouching Toward Washington, by David B. Walker. American Political Science Review 89 (December): 1041-1042. Paid access.

Kincaid, John, ed. 1995. “New Federalism,” Update on Law-Related Education 19 (Fall).

 

1994

Kincaid, John. 1994. “Developments in Federal-State Relations, 1992-93.” In The Book of the States, 1994-95. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 576-586. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 1994. “Economic Union and Federal Diversity: Should a Coca-Cola Bottle Carry 51 Health Warnings and, If So, in What Language?” In Economic Union in Federal Systems, eds. Anne Mullins and Cheryl Saunders. Leichhardt, NSW: The Federation Press, 37-68.

Kincaid, John. 1994. “The New Coercive Federalism: Places versus Persons.” In The American Federal System: Federal Balance in Comparative Perspective, eds. Franz Gress, Detlef Fechtner, and Matthias Hannes. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 25-54.

Kincaid, John. 1994. “Peoples, Persons, and Places in Flux: International Integration versus National Fragmentation.” In Integration and Fragmentation: The Paradox of the Late Twentieth Century, eds. Guy LaForest and Douglas Brown. Kingston, Ontario: Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen’s University, 53-84. Free full text. 

 

1993

Elazar, Daniel J. 1993. “Not Moribund.” Governing, November.

Kincaid, John. 1993. “Constitutional Federalism: Labor’s Role in Displacing Places to Benefit Persons.” PS: Political Science & Politics 26 (June): 172-177. Paid access. 

Reprinted in Karen O’Connor, ed. American Government: Readings and Cases. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 1995, pp. 59-64.

Kincaid, John. 1993. “From Cooperation to Coercion in American Federalism: Housing, Fragmentation, and Preemption, 1780-1992.” Journal of Law and Politics 9 (Winter): 333-433. Paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 1993. Review of Reviving the American Dream, by Alice M. Rivlin. National Tax Journal 46 (June): 245-250.

Kincaid, John. 1993. “Reinventing Federalism: Principles and Challenges.” PA Times 16 (February): 3.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1993. Review of The Rediscovery of American Federalism, by Samuel H. Beer. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 23 (Spring): 121-123. Paid access.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1993-94. The Impact of Federal and State Mandates on Academic Effectiveness in New York State. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.

 

1992

Elazar, Daniel J. 1992. “Constitutional Rights in the Federal System.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 22 (Spring): 1-3. Paid access.

Kincaid, John. 1992. “Developments in Federal-State Relations.” In The Book of the States, 1992-93. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 600-618. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 1992. “Federalism and State and Local Government.” In Handbooks to the Modern World: The United States, vol. 2. New York: Facts on File, Inc., 1031-1059.

Kincaid, John. 1992. “Is Education Too Intergovernmental?” Intergovernmental Perspective 18 (Winter): 28-34.

Lutz, Donald S. 1992. “The States and the U.S. Bill of Rights.” Southern Illinois University Law Journal 16 (Winter): 251-262.

Lutz, Donald S. 1992. “Federalism as the Basis for American Interjurisdictional Relations.” In Constitutionalism: The Israeli and American Experiences. ed. Daniel J. Elazar, New York: University Press of America, 145-62. Description and ordering information. 

Schechter, Stephen L. 1992. Review of Reviving the American Dream: The Economy, the States and the Federal Government”, by Alice M. Rivlin. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 22 (Autumn): 128-131. Paid access.

 

1991

Elazar, Daniel J. 1991. “Rights: The States and the Federal Government.” Intergovernmental Perspective 17 (Fall): 5, 13. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1991. “Cooperative Federalism.” In Competition Among States and Local Governments, eds. Daphne A. Kenyon and John Kincaid. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute, 65-86. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1991. “States to the Fore.” Philadelphia Inquirer, May 1.

Kincaid, John and Daphne A. Kenyon, eds. 1991. Competition among States and Local Governments: Efficiency and Equity in American Federalism. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press. Free full text access to chapters 2-4 and description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 1991. “Intergovernmental Tensions Between State and Local Economic Development Goals and National Environmental Protection in the United States.” In The Constitution and the Environment, eds. Sandford Clark, Michael Crommelin, and Cheryl Saunders. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies and Centre for Natural Resources Law, 200-222.

Reprinted in Growth 40: International Perspectives on the Environment, ed. Ian Marsh. Melbourne: Committee for Economic Development of Australia, 1992, pp. 66-95.

Kincaid, John. 1991. “El Paper de la Commissio Consultiva Dels Estats Units en les Relacions Intergovernamentals en el Sistema Federal America.” In Seminari Sobre la Situacio Actual del Federalisme als Estats Units d’America, ed. Lluis Penuelas. Barcelona, Spain: Generalitat de Catalunya, Institut de’Estudis Autonomics, 45-65.

Kincaid, John. 1991. “The State and Federal Bills of Rights: Partners and Rivals in Liberty.Intergovernmental Perspective 17 (Fall): 31-34. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 1991. “Sharing Power in the Federal System: The American States in World Affairs.” In Shared Power, eds. John M. Bryson and Robert C. Einsweiler. Lanham, MD: University Press of America and Hubert H. Humphrey Institute, 291-308.

Kincaid, John, Michael A. Pagano and Ann O’M. Bowman. 1991. “The State of American Federalism: 1990-1991,” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 21 (Summer): 1-26. Paid access.

Translated and reprinted in Russian by the Foundation for Social and Political Studies, Moscow, USSR, December 1991.

Kincaid, John. 1991. “Constituent Diplomacy: U.S. State Roles in Foreign Affairs.” In Constitutional Design and Power-Sharing in the Post-Modern Epoch, ed. Daniel J. Elazar. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 107-142. Free full text. 

Kincaid, John and Daphne A. Kenyon, eds. 1991. Competition among States and Local Governments: Efficiency and Equity in American Federalism. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press. Description and ordering information. 

Kincaid, John. 1991. “The Competitive Challenge to Cooperative Federalism: A Theory of Federal Democracy.” In Competition among States and Local Governments: Efficiency and Equity in American Federalism, eds. Daphne A. Kenyon and John Kincaid. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press, 87-114. Free full text. 

 

1990

Elazar, Daniel J. 1990. “Opening the Third Century of Federalism: Issues and Prospects.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 509 (May): 11-21. Paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1990. “To Secure the Blessings of Liberty: Liberty and American Federal Democracy.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 20 (Spring): 1-13. Free access to an earlier version of the article.

Kincaid, John, ed. 1990. “American Federalism: The Third Century.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 509 (May). Paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 1990. “From Cooperative to Coercive Federalism.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 509 (May): 139-152. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 1990. “Comment on Missouri v. Jenkins.” Government Finance Review 6 (August): 24-25.

Kincaid, John. 1990. “State and Local Governments Go International.” Intergovernmental Perspective 16 (Spring): 6-9.

 

1989

Elazar, Daniel J. 1989. “Contradictory Trends in Contemporary American Federalism: Congress and Centralization.” The Journal of State Government 62 (January).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1989. Review of Reagan and the States by Richard Nathan and Fred Doolittle. Political Science Quarterly 104 (Spring): 163-164. Paid access. 

 

Kincaid, John. 1989. Review of New Federalism: Intergovernmental Reform from Nixon to Reagan, by Timothy J. Conlan. Corruption and Reform 4: 286-292.

Kincaid, John. 1989. “A Proposal to Strengthen Federalism.” The Journal of State Government 62 (January/February): 36-45.

Kincaid, John. 1989. “State and Local Attitudes on State-Local Relations in Highway Policy.” Transportation Quarterly 43 (April): 153-167.

 

 

 

1988

Elazar, Daniel J. 1988. “American Federalism at the Bicentennial.” Intergovernmental Perspective 20 (Fall).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1988. “Pluralism And Federalism: The Case of the United States of America.” Revue Internationale de Sociologie 2 (February): 241-262. Paid access. 

Kincaid, John and Daphne A. Kenyon. 1988. “Rethinking Interjurisdictional Competition.” Multistate Tax Commission Review 1988 (October): 12-14.

Kincaid, John. 1988. “Assessing Competitive Federalism in Light of Excessive Cooperative Federalism.” In Proceedings of the Eighty-First Annual Conference, ed. National Tax Association-Tax Institute of America. Columbus, OH: NTA-TIA, September, 37-41. Paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 1988. “The State of American Federalism: 1987.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 18 (Summer): 1-15. Paid access.

Kincaid, John. 1988. Review of The Development of American Federalism, by William H. Riker. American Political Science Review 82 (December): 1386-1387. Paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 1988. Review of Perspectives on Federalism: Papers from the First Berkeley Seminar on Federalism, by Harry N. Scheiber. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 18 (Summer): 200-202. Paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 1988. Review of Out of Balance, by Scott M. Matheson. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 18 (Spring): 183-185. Paid access.

 

1987

Elazar, Daniel J. 1987. “Federalism, Intergovernmental Relations, and Changing Models of the Polity,” in Subnational Politics in the 1980s: Organization, Reorganization and Economic Development, eds. Louis A. Picard and Raphael Zariski. New York: Praeger. Description and ordering information. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1987. “Our Thoroughly Federal Constitution.” In How Federal Is Constitution?, eds. Robert A. Goldwin and William A. Schambra. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 38-66.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1987. “‘To Secure the Blessings of Liberty’: Liberty and American Federal Democracy.” Presented at the Liberty Fund Conference on Liberty and the Constitution Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Federalism at Temple University, Philadelphia, November 8-10. Free full text. 

Kincaid, John. 1987. “The State of American Federalism: 1986.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 17 (Summer): 1-33. Paid access.

Kincaid, John. 1987. “The Changing Face of Federalism.” State Legislatures 13 (April): 16-20.

Kincaid, John. 1987. American Federalism. For series called “About the United States,” Washington, DC: United States Information Agency, September.

 

1986

Kincaid, John and Stephen L. Schechter. 1986. “The State of American Federalism: 1985.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 16 (Summer): 1-15. Paid access.

 

1985

Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. Review of Diversity and Order in State and Local Politics, by James Steever. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 15 (Spring): 113-114. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. “America and the Federalist Revolution.” This World 10 (Winter).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. “Forces Shaping the Federal System Today.” In Emerging Issues in American Federalism: Papers Prepared for ACIR’s 25th Anniversary. Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office. Free full text. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. “Is the Federal System Still There?” In Intergovernmental Relations Today: Perspectives and Controversies, ed. Robert J. Dilger. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. “The New Federalism and State Elections.” In Election 84: Landslide Without a Mandate, eds. Ellis Sandoz and Cecil V. Crabb, Jr. New York: Mentor.

Kincaid, John. 1985. “State Offices in Europe.” Comparative State Politics Newsletter 6 (August): 22-28.

Schechter, Stephen L. ed. 1985. The Reluctant Pillar: New York and the Adoption of the Federal Constitution. Troy, NY: Russell Sage College. Free full text. 

 

1984

Elazar, Daniel J. 1984. “The American System as a Federal Democracy.” In Teaching About American Federal Democracy, ed. Stephen L. Schechter. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Kincaid, John. 1984. “The American Governors in International Affairs.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 14 (Fall): 95-114. Abstract and paid access.

Kincaid, John. 1984. “Toward the Third Century of American Federalism: New Dynamics and New Perspectives.” American Studies International 22 (Spring): 86-122. Paid access. 

Reprinted in Federalism: A U.S.-European Comparative View. Washington, DC: USIA, 1984.

Kincaid, John. 1984. Review of American Indian Policy, by Theodore W. Taylor. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 14 (Winter): 148. Free full text.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1984. “The State of American Federalism: 1983.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 14 (Summer): 1-12. Paid access.

 

1983

Elazar, Daniel J. 1983. “The Federal Government and Local Government Reform.” National Civic Review 72 (April): 190-198. Paid access. 

Translated and Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. “O Governo Federal e la Reforma do Governo Municipal.” Rio de Janeiro: United States Information Service’s American Federalism Seminar.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1983. “Compacts Among the States.” In Guide to American Law, ed. Harold W. Chase. St. Paul: West Publishing.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1983. “Cooperative Federalism.” In Guide to American Law, ed. Harold W. Chase. St. Paul: West Publishing.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1983. The Dynamics of Federal-State-Local Relationships in the U. S. Washington, DC: United States Information Agency.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1983. “The State of American Federalism: 1982.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 13 (Spring): 1-9. Paid access.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1983. “The State of American Federalism: 1981.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 12 (5): 1-17.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1983. “Mason Versus Madison: Developing an American Theory on Federal Democracy.” In The Legacy of George Mason, ed. Josephine F. Pacheco. Fairfax, VA: George Mason University Press. Description and ordering information. 

 

1982

Elazar, Daniel J. 1982. “American Federalism Today: Practice Versus Principle.” In American Federalism: A New Partnership for the Republic, ed. Robert B. Hawkins, Jr. San Francisco: Institute for Contemporary Studies, 37-58. Description and ordering information. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1982. “From the Editor of Publius: State Constitutional Design in the United States and Other Federal Countries.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 12 (1): 1-10. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1982. “Confederation and Federal Liberty.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 12 (January): 1-14. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1982. “Intergovernmental Functions and the Metaphors of Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 12 (Spring): 1-3. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1982. “Reagan’s New Federalism in America; Federal Democracy.” Dialogue 58. Washington, DC: International Communications Agency, 16-21.

Reprinted as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1984. “Federalism in America.” American Review (Autumn).

Reprinted as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1983. “Federalism in America.” In American Federalism: Historical Overview. Washington, DC: United States Information Agency.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1982. “The State of American Federalism in the 1980s.” In American Federalism: A New Partnership for the Republic, ed. Robert B. Hawkins, Jr. San Francisco: Institute for Contemporary Studies, 59-74. Description and ordering information. 

 

1981

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. “City-State Relations: Changes in an Age of Austerity.” National Civic Review 70 (September): 399-403.

Translated and Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. “City-State Relationships: Changes in an Age of Austerity.” Rio de Janeiro: Instituto Brasileiro de Administracao Municipal.

Translated and Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1984. “Relacoes Cidade-Estado: Mudancas Numa Era de Austeridate.” Revista de Administracao Municipal 31(April-June).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. “States as Polities in the Federal System.” National Civic Review 70 (February): 77-82. Paid access. 

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1983. “The States as Polities in the Federal System.” In The Politics of Subnational Government, eds. Deirdre A. Zimmerman and Joseph F. Zimmerman. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. “Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations,” in Proceedings of the American Political Association.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. “Le Federalism Americain: Present et Avenir.” L’Europe en Formation 244 (July-August).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. “Response to Oversight Document.” In Oversight of the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee of Governmental Affairs. Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations. 97th Cong., 1st Sess., 21 October.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. “The Evolving Federal System.” In The Power to Govern, ed. Richard M. Pious. Ottawa: International Political Science Association. Paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. The Political and Social Basis for Federal Integration in the United States. Brussels: European University Institute.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981.”Federal-State Partnership.” In Steering the Course: Policymaking in the United States, eds. Mal Oettinger and Adrienne Price. Washington, DC: International Communication Agency.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981.”The Rebirth of Federalism: The Future Role of the States as Polities in the Federal System.” Commonsense 4.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1981. “The State of American Federalism: 1980.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 11 (Summer): 3-20. Paid access.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1981. “On the Compatibility of Federalism and Intergovernmental Management.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 11 (Spring): 127-141. Paid access.

 

1980

Elazar, Daniel J. 1980. Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1980. “The State of American Federalism: 1979.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 10 (Winter): 3-11. Paid access.

 

1979

Elazar, Daniel J. 1979. “Constitutionalism, Federalism, and the Post-Industrial American Polity.” In The Third Century: America as a Post-Industrial Society, ed. Seymour Martin Lipset. Stanford: Hoover. Description and ordering information. 

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1980. “Constitutionalism, Federalism, and the Post-Industrial American Polity.” In The Third Century: America as a Post-Industrial Society, ed. Seymour Martin Lipset. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1979. Federal Democracy and the American Frontier. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1979. “Revenue Sharing With the States.” In Revenue Sharing With the States. U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs. Subcommittee on the City. 96th Cong., 1st Sess., 3 May.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1979. “The State of American Federalism: 1978.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 9 (Winter): 3-10. Paid access.

 

1978

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “Harmonizing Government Organization with the Political Tradition.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 8 (Spring): 49-58. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “On the Systemic Impacts of Government Reorganization.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 8 (Spring): 1-2. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “The Problem of Political Distance.” National Civic Review 67 (July): 307-311. Abstract and paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “Courts: Communities and the New Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 8 (Autumn): 1-3. Paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. The Federal Polity. New Brunswick and London: Transaction. Description and ordering information. 

Schechter, Stephen L. 1978. “The Present State of American Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 8 (Winter): 3-19. Paid access.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1978. “The Concorde and Port Noise Complaints: The Commerce and Supremacy Clauses Enter the Supersonic Age.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 8 (Winter): 135-158. Paid access.

 

1977

Elazar, Daniel J. 1977. “Evolution Recente du Federalisme Americain.” Les Cahiers du Federalisme (December).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1977. Our Compound Republic: Perspectives on American Federalism, Vol. 6 of The Federalist Papers Reexamined. Trenton: League of Women Voters.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1977. Review of The Politics of Neglect: Urban Aid from Model Cities to Revenue Sharing, by Bernard J. Frieden and Marshall Kaplan. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 7 (Spring): 134-136. Paid access.

 

1976

Elazar, Daniel J. 1976. “Federalism vs. Decentralization: The Drift from Authenticity.” Publius : The Journal of Federalism 6 (Fall) : 9-19. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1976. “Restructuring Federal Housing Programs: Who Stands to Gain?Publius: The Journal of Federalism 6 (Spring): 75-94. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1976. “State-Local Relations: Reviving Old Theory for New Practice.” In Partnership Within the States: Local Self-Government in the Federal System, ed. Stephanie Cole. Urbana: University of Illinois Institute of Government and Public Affairs and Philadelphia: Temple University Center for the Study of Federalism.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1976. “The States and Congress Move Toward Independence: 1775-1776.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 6 (Spring): 135-143. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1976. “A Bicentennial Look at American Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 6 (Winter): 1-2. Paid access.

 

1975

Elazar, Daniel J. 1975. “Urbanism and Federalism: Twin Revolutions of the Modern Era.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 5 (Spring): 15-40. Paid access.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. Urbanism and Federalism: Twin Revolutions of the Modern Era. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Federal Studies.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1975. “School Decentralization in the Context of Community Control: Some Neglected Considerations.” Phylon 36 (Winter): 385-394. Paid access. 

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1977. “School Decentralization in the Context of Community Control: Some Neglected Considerations.” In Libraries in Post-Industrial Society, ed. Leigh Estabrook. Phoenix: Oryx Press.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1975. “Amending the Revenue Sharing Act to Encourage Local Government Modernization: What Modernization Measures Might Qualify for Favored Treatment.” In Revenue Sharing and Local Government Modernization: A Conference Report Washington, DC: U.S. General Accounting Office, 48-88.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1975. “Innovation Begins at the Bottom.” The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 28.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1975. “Toward Federal-State Partnerships in Science and Technology.” State Government (Spring).

Elazar, Daniel J. and R. Michael Stevens. 1975. The Administration of Federal Programs in the Free Associated State of Puerto Rico. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

 

1974

Elazar, Daniel J. 1974. “The New Federalism: Can the States Be Trusted?The Public Interest 35 (Spring): 89-102. Free full text. 

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. “The New Federalism: Can the States Be Trusted?” Election 84: Landslide Without a Mandate?, eds. Ellis Sandoz and Cecil V. Crabb, Jr. New York: Mentor.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. “The New Federalism: Can the States Be Trusted?” In Capitol, Court House and City Hall 6th ed., eds. Robert L. Morlan and David L. Martin. New York: Houghton Mifflin.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. “The New Federalism: Can the States Be Trusted?” In The Clash of Issues 7th ed., eds. James A. Burkhart, Samuel Krislov, and Raymond L. Lee. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1979. “The New Federalism: Can the States Be Trusted?” In Point Counterpoint: Readings in American Government, ed. Herbert M. Levine. Glenview: Scott Foresman.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “The New Federalism: Can the States Be Trusted?” In The Clash of Issues, eds. James Burkhart, Samuel Krislov, and Raymond L. Lee. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.

Elazar, Daniel J. and Morton Grodzins. 1974. “Centralization and Decentralization in the American Federal System.” In A Nation of States 2nd ed., ed. R.A. Goldwin. Chicago: Rand McNally.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1974. “Authentic American Federalism.” The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 13.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1974. “The States Enter an Era of Opportunity.” The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 11.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1974. “National Sharing, Local Control and State Integrity.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 4 (Winter): 1-4. Paid access.

 

1973

Elazar, Daniel J. 1973. “Authentic Federalism for America.” National Civic Review 62 (October): 474-478. Abstract and paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1973. “Revenue Sharing: Are the States and Localities Responsible?” In Inter-Governmental Revenue Act of 1971 and Related Legislation. U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations. Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations. 92nd Cong., 1st sess, 322-330. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1973. “Urban Problems and the Federal Government: A Historical Inquiry.” In American Urban History: An Interpretative Reader with Commentaries 2nd ed., ed. Alexander B. Callow. New York: Oxford University Press. Paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1973. “Cursed by Bigness: Toward a Post-Technocratic Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 3 (Fall): 239-298. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1973. “Population Growth and the Federal System.” In Governance and Population: The Governmental Implications of Population Change, ed. A. Keir Nash. Washington, DC: Commission on Population Growth and the American Future.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1973. The New Federalism, A Conference. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

 

1972

Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. “Fiscal Questions and Political Answers in Intergovernmental Finance.” Public Administration Review 32 (September/October): 471-478. Paid access. 

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1975. “Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations.” In National Urban Problems, ed. Richard M. Stephens. Washington, DC: Industrial College of the Armed Forces.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. “The Politics of Environmental Action.” Environmental Bulletin July 22.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. “School Decentralization and Community Control.” In State, School and Politics: Research Directions, ed. Michael W. Kirst. Lexington: D.C. Heath.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. “Sectionalism, State Benefits, and Community Control.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 2 (Fall): 1-7. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. “The American System as a Single Mechanism.” In Controversies of State and Local Political Systems, eds. Mavis Mann Reeves and Parris N. Glendening. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. Population Growth and the Federal System. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. Review of Making Federalism Work: A Study of Program Coordination at the Community Level, by James L. Sundquist, in collaboration with David W. Davies. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 2 (Spring): 147-152. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1972.”The Dilemmas of Revenue Sharing.” Ripon Forum 8 (May): 20-25.

 

1971

Elazar, Daniel J. 1971. “Civil War and the Preservation of American Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 1 (Spring): 39-58. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1971. “Comments on a Symposium.” Public Administration Review 31 (January/February): 107-110.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1971. “Sharing of Functions: The National Political System.” In The American Political System: Introductory Readings, ed. Richard Morgan and James Connor. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 89; 93-113; 121-124.

 

1970

Elazar, Daniel J. 1970. “The Resurgence of Federalism” State Government (Summer).

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. “The Resurgence of Federalism.” In Whatever Happened to State Budgeting?, eds. S. Kenneth Howard and Gloria A. Grizzle. Lexington: Council of State Governments.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1973. “The Resurgence of Federalism.” In The Uneasy Partnership, eds. Richard Feld and Carl Grafton. Palo Alto, CA: National Press.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1970. “Federalism-Without-Washington.” Compact (April).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1970. State Activities and Intergovernmental Developments in 1969. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1970. The Nixon Welfare-Manpower Proposals and the American Federal System. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

 

1969

Elazar, Daniel J., R. Bruce Carroll, Kenneth E. Gray, E. Lester Levine, and Douglas St. Angelo, eds. 1969. Cooperation and Conflict: A Reader in American Federalism. New York: F.E. Peacock.

Elazar, Daniel J. ed. 1969. The Politics of American Federalism. Lexington: D.C. Heath.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1969. “Federal and State Impacts.” In Urban Government, ed. Edward C. Danfield. New York: Free Press, 190-197.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1969. “The American System as a Single Mechanism.” In Governing the States and Localities, ed. Duke Lockard. New York: Macmillan. Free full text. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1969. “The Outlook for Creative Federalism.” In Politics and the Ghettos, ed. Roland Warren. New York: Atherton Press.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1969. Review of Federalism in the Southern Confederacy, by Curtis A. Amlund. American Political Science Review 63 (March): 203-204.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1969. Smaller Cities in Metropolitan Society: The New American “Towns”. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

 

1968

Elazar, Daniel J. and Ellis Katz. 1968. The Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Assistance Act of 1967. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel. 1968. “The Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Assistance Act of 1967.” Minnesota Sheriff (February-March).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1968. “Continuity and Change in American Federalism.” In Proceedings of the Sixtieth Annual Conference of the National Tax Association. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism, 13-24. Paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1968. “The Bundle of Governmental Services.” In Public Budgeting and Finance: Readings in Theory and Finance, ed. Robert T. Golembiewski. Itasca: F.E. Peacock, 156-171.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1968. Federalism and the Community. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.

 

1967

Elazar, Daniel J. 1967. “Fragmentation and Local Organizational Response to Federal-City Programs.” Urban Affairs Quarterly 2 (June): 30-46. Paid access. 

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. “Fragmentation’ and Local Organizational Response to Federal-City Programs.” In Urban Political Analysis: A Systems Approach, eds. David R. Morgan and Samuel A. Kirkpatrick. New York: Free Press, 43-54.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1973. “‘Fragmentation’ and Local Organizational Response to Federal-City Programs.” In American Urban History, ed. Alexander Callow. New York: Oxford University Press.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1968. “Urban Problems and the Federal Government: A Historical Inquiry.” Political Science Quarterly 82 (December): 511–23. Paid access. 

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1973. “Urban Problems and the Federal Government: A Historical Inquiry.” In American Urban History: An Interpretive Reader with Commentaries, ed. Alexander B. Callow. New York: Oxford University Press.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1967. “Urbanism and Federalism in the United States.” In Urban America: Goals and Problems. Materials Compiled and Prepared for the Subcommittee on Urban Affairs. U, Hearings of the Joint Economic Committee. U.S. Congress. House and Senate. Joint Economic Committee. Subcommittee on Urban Affairs.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1967. “The Impact of Cooperative Financing Solutions.” In Perspectives on State and Local Finance. Atlanta: Southern Regional Education Board.

 

1966

Grodzins, Morton. 1966. The American System: A New View of Government in the United States, ed. Daniel J. Elazar. Chicago: Rand McNally.

Republished as: Grodzins, Morton. 1984. The American System: A New View of Government in the United States, ed. Daniel J. Elazar. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1966. “The American Partnership: The Next Half Generation.” In Prospective Changes in Society by 1980, eds. Edgar L. Morphet and Charles O. Ryan. Denver: Designing for the Future, 101-102.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1969. The American Partnership: The Next Half Generation.” In The Politics of American Federalism, ed. Daniel J. Elazar. Lexington: D.C. Heath, 218-219.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1966. American Federalism: A View from the States. New York: T.Y. Crowell.

New Edition: Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. American Federalism: A View From the States 2nd ed. New York: T.Y. Crowell.

New Edition: Elazar, Daniel J. 1984. American Federalism: A View From the States 3rd ed. New York: Harper and Row.

Chapter Three Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1969. “The Partnership in Action.” In Modern American Democracy: Readings, eds. Michael N. Danielson and Walter F. Murphy. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Chapter Three Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1969. “The Partnership in Action.” In American Federalism, ed. Duane Lockard. St. Louis: McGraw-Hill.

Pages 84-104 Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1970. “The States and the Political Setting.” In Policy Analysis in Political Science, ed. Ira Sharkansky. Chicago: Markham, 171-185.

Chapter Four Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1971. “The States and the Political Setting.” In Comparative State Politics, ed. Donald Sprengel. Columbus: C.E. Merill, 34-76.

Pages 81-85 Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. “Federalism and Political Culture: A View From the States.” In American Government: The Clash of Issues (4th ed.), eds. James A. Buekhart, Samuel Krislov and Raymond L. Lee. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall.

Chapter Four Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “Federalism and Political Culture: A View From the States.” In The Clash of Issues, eds. James Burkhart, Samuel Krislov, and Raymond L. Lee. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1966. “Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations.” In National Council of Social Studies Yearbook. Arlington, VA: National Council for the Social Sciences.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1969. “Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations.” In Cooperation and Conflict, eds. Daniel J. Elazar, R. Bruce Carroll, Kenneth E. Gray, E. Lester Levine, and Douglas St. Angelo. Itasca: F.E. Peacock, 2-20.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1966. “The Continuing Study of the Partnership: The Publications of the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.” Public Administration Review 26 (March): 56-68. Paid access. 

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. “The Continuing Study of the Partnership: The Publications of the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.” The Congressional Record.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1966. “The Inauguration of Minnesota’s Railroad System: A Study in Intergovernmental Collaboration.” The Journal of the West 6 (May): 225-250.

 

1965

Elazar, Daniel J. 1965. “The Shaping of Intergovernmental Relations in the Twentieth Century.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 359 (May): 10-24. Paid access. 

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1968. “The Shaping of Intergovernmental Relations in the Twentieth Century.” In State Politics: Readings in Political Behavior, ed. Robert E. Crew. Belmont: Wadsworth.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel. 1968. “The Shaping of Intergovernmental Relations in the Twentieth Century.” In State Politics, eds. Winter, Rabow and Chester. Belmont: Wadsworth.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1971. “The Shaping of Intergovernmental Relations in the Twentieth Century.” In American Government and Politics: Selected Readings, eds. Ronald C. Moe and William A. Schultze. Columbus: C.E. Merrill.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1971. “The Shaping of Intergovernmental Relations in the Twentieth Century.” In Comparative State Politics, ed. Donald Sprengel. Columbus: C.E. Merill.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1965. “Banking and Federalism in the Early Republic.” Huntington Library Quarterly 28 (August): 301-320. Paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1965. “Statement of Prof. Daniel J. Elazar, Department of Political Science, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA”. In Five-Year Record of the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations and Its Future Role .U.S. Congress. House and Senate. Subcommittees on Intergovernmental Relations 98th Congress, 1st session, May 25, 26 and 27: 149-155. Free full text.

 

1964

Elazar, Daniel J. 1964. “Federal-State Collaboration in the Nineteenth Century United States.” Political Science Quarterly 79 (June): 248-281. Paid access. 

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1967. “Federal-State Collaboration in the Nineteenth Century United States.” In American Federalism in Perspective, ed. Aaron Wildavsky. New York: Little Brown.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1967. “Federal-State Collaboration in the Nineteenth Century United States.” In Revenue Sharing and its Alternatives: What Future for Fiscal Federalism? Volume 1: Lessons of Experience. U.S. Congress, Joint Economic Committee, Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy, 90th Congress, 1st Session.

 

1962

Elazar, Daniel J. 1962. The American Partnership: Intergovernmental Cooperation in the Nineteenth-Century United States. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Chapter republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. “The Scope of Cooperation.” In American Intergovernmental Relations: Foundations, Perspectives and Issues 2nd ed., ed. Lawrence J. O’Toole. New York: CQ Press, 49-56.