PUBLICATIONS

Political Theory

2017

Smith, Troy Ellis. 2017. “A Compound Republic – If You Can Keep It: Martha Derthick’s Empiricism and the Value of Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 47 (Spring): 153-170. Abstract and paid access. 

2016

Kincaid, John. 2016. “Federalism, Theory of.” In American Governance Vol. 2, ed. Stephen L. Schechter. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference, 197-201. Description and ordering information.

2014

Kincaid, John, ed. 2014. “The Federalism Scholarship of Elinor and Vincent Ostrom: Applications and Reflections.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 44:2 (Spring).

Kincaid, John. 2014. “The Federalist and V. Ostrom on Concurrent Taxation and Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 44:2 (Spring): 275-297. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 2014. “Editor’s Note–Introduction to the Publius Virtual Issue: Scholarly Works on Federalism by Elinor Ostrom and Vincent Ostrom.” Open Access Publication on Publius Page of Oxford University Press Website.

Kincaid, John. 2014. “Elinor and Vincent Ostrom: Federalists for All Seasons.” Oxford University Press Blog (March 31). Free full text.

2013

Kincaid, John. 2013. Review of Federalism: A Normative Theory and Its Practical Relevance, by Kyle Scott. Regional and Federal Studies 23 (October-December): 520-522. Paid access. 

Smith, Troy Ellis. 2013. Review of The Political Philosophy of Alexander Hamilton, by Michael P. Federici. Review of Politics 75 (Fall): 697-699. Paid access. 

2010

Kincaid, John. 2010. Review of Majority Rules versus Consensus: The Political Thought of John C. Calhoun, by James H. Read. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 40 (Summer): 560-563. Paid access. 

Schechter, Stephen L., Margaret Stimmann Branson and Thomas S. Vontz. 2010. Exploring Political Ideas: Concepts That Shape Our World. Washington, DC: CQ Press. Description and ordering information. 

2009

Kincaid, John. 2009. “Introducció Analítica.” In translation of El Federalista, by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay. Barcelona: Institut d’Estudis Autonomics, Generalitat de Catalunya, 9-46.

Kincaid, John. 2009. “Bicameralism.” In Political Encyclopedia of U.S. States and Regions, ed. Donald P. Haider-Markel. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 679-680. Description and ordering information.

Lutz, Donald S. and Barbara Allen. 2009. “Experience Guides Theory: ‘Discovering the Political Theory of a Compound Republic.” In The Practice of Constitutional Development: Vincent Ostrom’s Quest To Understand Human Affairs, eds. Barbara Allen, Filippo Sabetti, Mark Sproule-Jones. Lanham, MD:  Lexington Books, 73-104. Description and ordering information.

2008

Kincaid, John. 2008. “Confederations.” In International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, ed. William A. Darity, Jr., 2d ed. Detroit: Maxmillan Reference USA, Vol. 2, 68-69. Description and ordering information.

Lutz, Donald S. 2008. “George Carey and the Roots of America’s Basic Liberties.” In Defending the Republic: Constitutional Morality in a Time of Crisis; Essays in Honor of George W. Carey, eds. Bruce Frohnen and Kenneth L. Grasso. Wilmington, DE: ISI Books.

2006

Kincaid, John. 2006. “Confederations” and “Federalism”. In Governments of the World: A Global Guide to Citizens’ Rights and Responsibilities, ed. C. Neal Tate. Detroit, MI: Macmillan Reference USA, Vol. 1, 228-233 and Vol. 2, 83-89. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2006. Review of Tocqueville, Covenant, and Democratic Revolution: Harmonizing Heaven and Earth, by Barbara Allen. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 36 (Fall): 599-601. Paid access. 

Lutz, Donald S. 2006. Principles of Constitutional Design. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press. Free access to front matter and description and ordering information.

2004

Kincaid, John. 2004. “Felix Morley on Freedom and Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 34 (Fall): 69-87. Abstract and paid access. 

Lutz, Donald S. 2004. “Why Federalism?” William and Mary Quarterly 61 (July): 582-588.

2003

Lutz, Donald S. 2003. “Consent.” In A Companion to the American Revolution, eds. Jack P. Greene and J. R. Pole. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 650-654. Description and ordering information.

2001

Lutz, Donald S. 2001.”Liberty” and “Sovereignty.” In The Oxford Companion to American Law, ed. Kermit Hall, ed. New York: Oxford University Press. Description and ordering information.

2000

Lutz, Donald S. 2000. “Liberty and Equality from a Communitarian Perspective.” In Covenant Connection: From Federal Theology to Modern Federalism. eds. Daniel J. Elazar and John Kincaid. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. Description and ordering information.

1999

Elazar, Daniel J. 1999. “Political Science, Geography, and the Spatial Dimension of Politics.” Political Geography 18 (November): 875-886. Free full text.

1997

Elazar, Daniel J. 1997. “Althusius and Federalism as Grand Design.” Rechtstheorie 14 (16). Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1997. “Federalism and Democracy.” In Israel Yearbook on Human Rights, eds. Yoram Dinstein and Fania Domb. New York: Springer. Description and ordering information.

1996

Elazar, Daniel J. 1996. “What is Federalism?” Journal of the Siberian Center for Federal and Regional Studies 3.

Marbach, Joseph and Paul T. Neal. 1996. “Confederation.” In Survey of Social Science: Government & Politics. Ipswich, MA: Salem Press.

1995

Elazar, Daniel J. 1995. Foreword to Politics, by Johannes Althusius. Indianapolis: Liberty Press, xxxv-xlvi. Free full text of book.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1995. Federalism: An Overview. Pretoria, South Africa: HSRC Publications. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1995. “Federalism.” In The Encyclopedia of Democracy ed. Seymour Martin Lipset. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1995. “Why Federalism?” Journal of the Siberian Center for Federal and Regional Studies 2.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1995. “Spinoza and the Bible.” Jewish Political Studies Review 7 (Spring): 5-19. Free full text.

Lutz, Donald S. 1995. “Toward A Theory of Constitutional Amendment.” In Responding to Imperfection: The Theory and Practice of Constitutional Amendment, ed. Sanford Levinson. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 237-74. Paid access.

1994

Elazar, Daniel J. 1994. “Modeli a Confronto.” Federalismo & Societa 1 (4).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1994. “Federalismo.” Arche Interdisciplinar 3 (7).

Lutz, Donald S. 1994. “Toward a Theory of Constitutional Amendment.” American Political Science Review 88 (June): 355-370. Free full text.

1992

Elazar, Daniel J. 1992. “Hobbes Confronts Scripture.” Jewish Political Studies Review 4 (Fall): 3-24. Free full text.

Lutz, Donald S. 1992. A Preface to American Political Theory. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press. Description and ordering information.

Lutz, Donald S. 1992. “The Relative Influence of European Thinkers on Late Eighteenth Century American Thought.” In The New American Nation, 1776-1815. ed. Peter S. Onuf. New York: Garland Publishing.

1991

Kincaid, John. 1991. “The Competitive Challenge to Cooperative Federalism: A Theory of Federal Democracy.” 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. Description and ordering information.

Lutz, Donald S. 1991. “Consent.” In Encyclopedia of the American Revolution. eds. J. P. Greene and J. R. Pole. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

1990

Schechter, Stephen L. ed. 1990. Roots of the Republic: American Founding Documents Interpreted. Madison, WI: Madison House. Free full text excepted from Roots of the Repulbic: American Founding Documents Interpreted (Rowman & Littlefield, 1991). All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or printed without further permission in writing from the publisher.

1989

Lutz, Donald S. 1989. “The Declaration of Independence as Part of an American National Compact.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 19 (Winter): 41-58. Abstract and paid access. 

1988

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

Lutz, Donald S. 1988. The Origins of American Constitutionalism. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press. Description and ordering information.

1987

Elazar, Daniel J. ed. 1987. Federalism As Grand Design: Political Philosophers and the Federal Principle. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Elazar, Daniel J.  1987. “Viewing Federalism as Grand Design.” In Federalism As Grand Design: Political Philosophers and the Federal Principle, ed. Daniel J. Elazar. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1-11.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1987. Foreword to The Political Theory of a Compound Republic, by Vincent Ostrom. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, xiii-xxvi.

1986

Elazar, Daniel J. 1986. Review of Democracies: Patterns of Majoritarian and Consensus Government in Twenty-One Countries by Arend Lijphart. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 16 (Fall): 177-180. Paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1986. “Federalism (Theory).” In Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, eds. Leonard L. Levy and Kenneth Karst. New York: Macmillan.

1985

Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. “Federalism and Consociational Regimes.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 15 (Spring): 17-34. Abstract and paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. “Constitution-Making: The Preeminently Political Act.” In The Politics of Constitutional Change in Industrial Nations: Redesigning the State, eds. Keith G. Banting and Richard Simeon. London: Macmillan, 232-248. Abstract and paid access.

1983

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.

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

Kincaid, John. 1983. “Introduction.” International Political Science Review 4 (July): 275-278. Abstract and paid access.

Kincaid, John. 1983. “Of Time, Body, and Scarcity: Policy Options and Theoretic Considerations.” International Political Science Review 4 (July): 401-416. Abstract and paid access.

Kincaid, John. 1983. “The Contest of Body and Soul: Resource Scarcity in Western Political Theory.” In Scarce Natural Resources: The Challenge to Public Policymaking, eds. Susan Welch and Robert Miewald. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 25-46.

1982

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

Kincaid, John. 1982. “On Constitution.” Denton Record-Chronicle (September 29): 4A.

1981

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. Confederation and Federal Liberty. Philadelphia: Center for the study of Federalism.

1980

Kincaid, John. 1980. “Influential Models of Political Association in the Western Tradition.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 10 (Fall): 31-58. Paid access. 

1979

Elazar, Daniel J. 1979. Republicanism, Representation and Consent: Views of the Founding Era. New Brunswick and London: Transaction. Ordering information.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1979. “Federal Theory: Some Comments.” In Dialogue on Federal Theory, eds. Ellis Katz and Benjamin R. Schuster. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1979. “Why Federalism?” In Federalism and Political Integration, ed. Daniel J. Elazar. Ramat Gan: Turtledove.

1978

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. Federalism and Economic Liberty. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

1977

Elazar, Daniel J. 1977. “The Ends of Federalism: Notes Toward a Theory of Federal Political Arrangements.” In Partnership in Federalism, ed. Max Frenkel. Bern: Peter Lang. Ordering information.

Translated and published as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. “The Ends of Federalism,” In the report of the Commission de Exportos sobre les                  Autonomias. Madrid: Centro de Investigacion y Tecnicas Politicas.

1976

Elazar, Daniel J. 1976. “Les Objectifs du Federalisme.”  L’Europe en Formation (January-March): 190-192.

1975

Elazar, Daniel J. 1975. “French Theoretical Perspectives and Observations on American Practice.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 5 (Summer): 1-6. Paid access.

1974

Elazar, Daniel J. 1974. “Federalism.” In Encyclopedia Britannica. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. Federalism. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Federal Studies.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1974. “Federalism in Multiple Dimensions.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 4 (Summer): 1-5. Paid access. 

1971

Elazar, Daniel J. 1971. “Publius No. 2: Themes and Theses.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 1 (Winter): 3-6. Paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1971. “The Themes of a Journal of Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 1 (Spring): 3-9. Paid access. 

1969

Elazar, Daniel J. 1969. “Jews and American Political Ideas.” Congress Bi-Weekly (January): 3-7.

1968

Elazar, Daniel J. 1968. “Federalism.” In International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillan and the Free Press, 353-367.

1967

Elazar, Daniel J. 1967. “American Political Theory and the Political Notions of American Jews: Convergences and Contradictions.” Jewish Journal of Sociology 9 (June): 5-24. Free full text.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1969. “American Political Ideas and the Political Notions of American Jews: Convergences and Contradictions.” In The Ghetto and Beyond: Essays on Jewish Life in America, ed. Peter Rose. New York: Random House, 203-227.

Partially Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1977. “American Political Ideas and the Political Notions of American Jews: Convergences and Contradictions.” In Jewish Passages Study Guide. Phoenix: Jewish Community Center.