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Federalism, Subnational Constitutions, and Minority Rights
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Look comparatively at the contributions of federalism and subnational constitutions to safeguarding minority rights and provides some of the first English-language studies of subnational constitutions outside of the United States.

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Preface Overviews Subnational Constitutional Space: A View from the States, Provinces, Regions, Lander and Cantons by Robert F. Williams and G. Alan Tarr Equality, Minority Protections, State Constitutional Law, and Federalism by Kristin Henrard Participation in the Decision-Making Process as a Means of Group Accommodation by Nicole Topperwien Mature Federal Systems Austrian Federalism and the Protection of Minorities by Anna Gamper The Protection of Minorities in a Federal State: The Case of Germany by Norman Weiss American State Constitutions and Minority Rights by G. Alan Tarr Regional Systems in Transformation Asymmetric, "Quasi-Federal" Regionalism, and the Protection of Minorities: The Case of Italy by Francesco Palermo Regional Autonomy in Spain by Eduardo J. Ruiz Vieytez Multinational Federations A Dynamic Federalism Built on Static Principles: The Case of Belgium by Wouter Pas Federalism and Consociationalism as Tools for State Reconstruction: The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Jens Woelk Federalism and Nonterritorial Minorities in India by Arshi Khan Federalism, Subnational Constitutional Arrangements, and the Protection of Minority Rights: A Case Study--Switzerland by Giovanni Biaggini About the Contributors Index

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G. ALAN TARR is the Director of the Center for State Constitutional Studies, and Chair, Department of Political Science, Rutgers University, Camden. He currently serves on the Scholars Advisory Board of the National Constitutional Center.

ROBERT F. WILLIAMS is Distinguished Professor of Law, Rutgers University School of Law, Camden.

JOSEF MARKO is Director of the European Academy, Bolzano, Italy, Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Professor of Law, Graz University, Austria.

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