The differences in the ways in which the US and Canada have structured their federalisms are discussed. Both systems have judicial supremacy, but Canada recognizes far more legislative power in the provinces than the US allows its states.
Martha A. Field,
The Differing Federalisms of Canada and the United States,
55 Law and Contemporary Problems
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