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2021, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part A

The critical analysis of federal structure in the U.S.A


Author(s): Rabeya Jahan and Mohammad Sultan

Abstract: Federalism is a very wider concept the term 'federalism' has been applied to a wide range of issues. Its meaning has been blurred by the amount of terminological and conceptual abuse. Federalism, like the word “democracy, means different things to different individuals. In principle, a compromise between concurrent demands for union and territorial diversity within a society is achieved by the establishment of a single political system, within which general (central) and regional (state) governments are assigned co-ordinate authority, and neither level of government is legally or politically subordinate to the other.” The objective of the paper to discuss the federal structure of the U.S.A and also try to analyze some features of the federal feature is available in the Indian Constitution. The primary aim of this paper is to critically examine the federal structure in light of the Indian Constitution. The doctrinal method of research has been taken into the consideration

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International Journal of Criminal, Common and Statutory Law
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Rabeya Jahan, Mohammad Sultan. The critical analysis of federal structure in the U.S.A. Int J Criminal Common Statutory Law 2021;1(2):05-08.
International Journal of Criminal, Common and Statutory Law

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