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Chapter 7

INTERGOVERNMENTAL IMMUNITIES AND INTERSTATE RELATIONS

This Chapter, like the ones before it, examines several aspects of federal-state relationships and interstate relationships. As before, the emphasis is on federalism, and the limits it places both on state and federal power. The most important concepts in this Chapter are:

  •     Several types of immunities: There are several types of immunities produced by our federalist system. The most important are:
    •     Federal immunity from state taxation: The federal government is immune from being taxed by the states.
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