Federalism in India: a study of union-state relations
G.Allen & Unwin, 1965 - 347페이지
According To This Volume, For A Proper Understanding Of The Constitutional Provisions Which Deviate From The Norms Of A Conventional Federation, It Is Necessary To Delve Into The Immediate Past And Trace Briefly The Evolution Of The Quasi-Democratic Form Of Government Which Britain Left As A Legacy On Renouncing Power. Without Dust Jacket. Ex Libris.
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Prelude to the Constitution
n The Unusual Features of the Constitution
Relations Between the Union and the States
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