Comparative Federalism: The European Union and the United States in Comparative Perspective

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Index
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accountability
administration 187–9
central banks 285–8
acte clair doctrine: European Union law 197
Adams, John 124
administration see public administration
administrative judicial review 211–12, 218
Advocates General: European Union 198, 199
agricultural biotechnology 111, 311–33
Althusius, Johannes 64
American Civil War 41, 94, 99, 143–4
American Constitution see constitutions: American
American Procedure Act (1946) 234
American Revolution 157,158
Antifederalists: United States 141, 142
antitrust laws: United States 101
Aristotle 122–3
Articles of Confederation: United States 137, 157–8, 159, 166, 167
Constitutions 166, 167
asylum seekers 551
Australia: constitution 95
Austria 306
autonomy: European Union 44, 72
balance of powers: European Union 128, 129
banking see central banking
Barron v. Baltimore 93–4
Bill of Rights: United States 93, 215, 238 n3
biotechnology policies see agricultural biotechnology
bipartisan voting 248, 252–4, 263
Blair, Tony 137, 168
Bodin, Jean 64
boundaries: European Union 40–41
Britain
attitude to federalism 61, 65, 81
and immigration 348, 349–50
as unitary system 190 nl
British constitution see constitutions: British
Broad Economic Policy Guidelines (European Union) 299
Brussels 21
budgets
European Union 48
United States 300
bureaucracies 178
European Union 130
United States 228, 325–6
Calhoun, John C. 143
Canada 3, 16, 186, 187
cartels 204–5
central banking 25 7–89
central government: United States 158

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