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ROBERT B. HAWKINS, Jr.
Nationalism and managerialism. Reactions to centralized benevolence. Limiting federal activities. "Iron triangles." Public goods and economic externalities. Alternative strategies for reform.
Federalism is again an issue of public interest and debate, and the debate promises to be intense. President Reagan's philosophic commitment to restore federalism to its "first principles" -- combined with his sweeping policy initiatives -- is likely to keep federalism on the political front