The Rise of a New Federalism: Federal-State Cooperation in the United States

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Abbreviations
A. B. A. J. American Bar Association Journal
A. B. A. Rep. American Bar Association Reports
Air L. Rev. Air Law Review
Am. J. Inter. Law American Journal of International Law
Am. Lab. Leg. Rev. American Labor Legislation Review
Am. Pol. Sci. Rev. American Political Science Review
Am. Statis. Ass'n Proceedings American Statistical Association Proceedings
Annals Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
B. U. L. Rev. Boston University Law Review
Bull. Nat. Tax Ass'n Bulletin of the National Tax Association
Calif. L. Rev. California Law Review
Cent. L. J. Central Law Journal
Col. L. Rev. Columbia Law Review
Cong. Globe Congressional Globe
Cong. Rec. Congressional Record
Corn. L. Q. Cornell Law Quarterly
Geo. Wash. L. Rev. George Washington Law Review
Harv. L. Rev. Harvard Law Review
Ill. L. Rev. Illinois Law Review
Internat. Lab. Rev. International Labor Review
J. Air L. Journal of Air Law
J. Am. Statis. Ass'n Journal Of the American Statistical Association
J. of Forestry Journal of Forestry
Ky. L. J. Kentucky Law Journal
Law & Contemp. Prob. Law and Contemporary Problems
L. R. A. Lawyers' Reports Annotated
Mich. L. Rev. Michigan Law Review
Monthly Labor Rev. Monthly Labor Review
Nat. Munic. Rev. National Municipal Review
Nat. Tax Ass'n National Tax Association
N. C. L. Rev. North Carolina Law Review
N. Y. L. J. New York Law Journal
Pol. Sci. Q. Political Science Quarterly

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