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" I interpreted federalism as a bargain between prospective national leaders and officials of constituent governments for the purpose of aggregating territory, the better to lay taxes and raise armies. "
Decentralizing the State: Elections, Parties, and Local Power in the Andes - 第 7 頁
Kathleen O'Neill 著 - 2005
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New Dimensions of Canadian Federalism: Canada in a Comparative Perspective

Gregory S. Mahler - 1987 - 195 頁
...government"; it is an agreement "between prospective national leaders and officials of constituent government for the purpose of aggregating territory, the better to lay taxes and raise armies." 52 There are, he suggests, "at least two circumstances" that lead those involved to favor this kind...
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Towards a New Europe: Stops and Starts in Regional Integration

Gerald Schneider, Patricia A. Weitsman, Thomas Bernauer - 1995 - 224 頁
...the post-national outcome. Federalists, emphasizing the role of elites, conceive of integration as "a bargain between prospective national leaders and...territory, the better to lay taxes and raise armies" (Riker 1964:11). In their view, high-level negotiation and the voluntary ceding of sovereignty drive the integration...
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From Liberty to Democracy: The Transformation of American Government

Randall G. Holcombe - 2002 - 336 頁
...overcome by granting the federal government the power to tax. William Riker discusses federalism "as a bargain between prospective national leaders and...aggregating territory, the better to lay taxes and raise armies."30 The raising of armies was obviously important to the formation of the nation for the purpose...
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Designing Federalism: A Theory of Self-Sustainable ..., 第 1-75 頁﹔第 177-225 頁

Mikhail Filippov, Peter C. Ordeshook, Olga Shvetsova - 2004 - 384 頁
...and survival requires a theory of bargaining among political elites: Riker interprets "federalism as a bargain between prospective national leaders and...the purpose of aggregating territory, the better to collect taxes and raise armies" (1964: 11).'8 He emphasizes that bargaining is no trivial matter: even...
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Encyclopedia of Government and Politics, 第 1 卷

M. E. Hawkesworth, Maurice Kogan - 2004 - 1483 頁
...comparative study concerned with the search for significant patterns. Riker's argument was that federalism is a bargain between prospective national leaders and...governments for the purpose of aggregating territory. The parties favour such a bargain by the existence of two circumstances, the desire to expand territorial...
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The Leadership Challenge in Africa: Cameroon Under Paul Biya

John Mukum Mbaku, Joseph Takougang - 2004 - 563 頁
...federalism (1961-1971). Federalism as a concept According to William H. Riker (1964, p. n), federalism is "a bargain between prospective national leaders and...governments for the purpose of aggregating territory, the latter to levy taxes and raise armies." He argues further that through this bargain, two levels of...
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