Reclaiming Home Rule
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CitationDavid J. Barron, Reclaiming Home Rule, 116 Harv. L. Rev. 2255 (2003).
AbstractArgues that a debate over suburban sprawl wrongly equates home rule with local legal autonomy and that anti-sprawl reformers are unduly hostile to local power. Methods of promoting local government cooperation in metropolitan regions; Possibility of an alternative approach to anti-sprawl reform; Privatism and the city before home rule.
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