Sub-national Constitutional Law
United States of America
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pdf 'The Authors' (1999), Dr. G. Alan Tarr, Prof. Dr. Robert F. Williams, pp. 3–4
pdf 'General Introduction' (1999), Dr. G. Alan Tarr, Prof. Dr. Robert F. Williams, pp. 9–20
pdf 'Selected Bibliography' (1999), Dr. G. Alan Tarr, Prof. Dr. Robert F. Williams, pp. 21–24
pdf 'Part I. Sources of Sub-national Constitutional Law' (1999), Dr. G. Alan Tarr, Prof. Dr. Robert F. Williams, pp. 25–52
pdf 'Part II. Forms of Sub-national Governments' (1999), Dr. G. Alan Tarr, Prof. Dr. Robert F. Williams, pp. 53–70
pdf 'Part III. Citizenship and the Administration of Justice' (1999), Dr. G. Alan Tarr, Prof. Dr. Robert F. Williams, pp. 71–80
pdf 'Part IV. Local Government and Sub-national Constitutions' (1999), Dr. G. Alan Tarr, Prof. Dr. Robert F. Williams, pp. 81–84
pdf 'Part V. Representative Texts of Sub-national Constitutions' (1999), Dr. G. Alan Tarr, Prof. Dr. Robert F. Williams, pp. 85–230
pdf 'Index' (1999), Dr. G. Alan Tarr, Prof. Dr. Robert F. Williams, pp. 231–232