Government Structures in the U.S.A. and the Sovereign States of the Former U.S.S.R: Power Allocation among Central, Regional, and Local Governments

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Index
Accidental injury compensation system, U.S., 446-51; and federal laws, 450-51; free market approach in, 448; liability statutes in, 450, 452-53 n. 10; and losses from accidents, 446-47; social objectives in, 447-48; and state laws, 450; tax-funded insurance/health care services in, 448-49; and tort law, 449-50, 452 n.6; and vaccine injury, 450,452 n.9, 453 n. 12; Workers Compensation Systems, 450
Articles of Confederation, U.S., 6, 15-17, 64, 157
Asian socialism, possible disintegration of, 111-12
Baltic republics, independence movement in, 79
Banking system, former Soviet Union, 370-71, 375-79; commercial banks in, 375-78; growth in, 331
Banking system, Soviet, 375; reforms in, 367-71; traditional Soviet structures, 366
Banking system, U.S.: branch banking regulation in, 383-88, 391 n.21, 392-93; chartering authority in, 381; chartering changes in, 382, 390 n.10; dual regulation of, 380-89, 389-90 n.2; federal regulation of, 381; and McFadden Act, 386-89; regulation discrepancies in, 382, 390-91 n.12; state-level innovations in, 382-83; and thrift industry, 384, 393 nn.29, 30
Beridze, Temiruz A., 349
Breckenridge, Lee P., 275
Brezhnev, Leonid: constitution of, 411; and Soviet nationalism, 74, 79
Briffault, Richard, 191
Bush, George, 333, 386
Cable television industry, U.S., regulation and control of, 247-54
Carter, Jimmy, and McFadden Act, 395 n.44
Central Asian republics: foreign policy powers of, 169-71; nationalism in, 75, 80
Centralization, and government growth, 209-10
Charles, Robert B., 327
Chebotarev, Gennadii N., 241
Chernobyl disaster, 294, 311; and nationalism, 79, 88 n.96
Civil associations, and centrism, 47
Clarke, Catherine Thérèse, 132
Clean Air Act, U.S., 276, 277, 278, 280, 281, 288-89 n.54
Clean Water Act, U.S., 276, 277, 278, 279, 282, 283

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