Federalism in America: An Encyclopedia seeks qualified contributors to update entries and write new entries relevant to federalism in America.
Each entry should provide a general understanding of the topic with a particular focus on how the topic affects or is affected by federalism. The targeted audience is undergraduates and others seeking a basic but strong fundamental understanding of the topic and its relation to federalism. Entries vary in length from 300 to 1,500 words depending on the topic. Each entry’s author is acknowledged in a byline in the entry. Entry's revised by a different author will be listed as a co-author. Authors will be compensated via check after the entry is received and approved by the editor.
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|ENTRIES NEEDING UPDATING|
|Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967|
|Comprehensive Employment and Training Act|
|Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965|
|Full Faith and Credit Clause: Article IV, Section 1|
|Gender and Federalism|
|Higher Education Act|
|Incorporation (Nationalization) of the Bill of Rights|
|New Judicial Federalism|
|Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996|
|Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974|
|Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Act|
|Transportation Equity Act for the Twenty-first Century|
|USA PATRIOT Act of 2001|
|Voting Rights Act of 1965|