Written by Ricardo Ramírez Calvo   
Argentine federalism and sub-national constitutionalism is a very interesting case study for anybody trying to establish a federal system in any country around the world. Not because of its success, but precisely because of its failure.
A federation on paper, Argentina is a highly centralized country, in which economic dependence of the Provinces from the central government has destroyed any kind of autonomy of the sub-national entities.
This articles aims to investigate the most important features and contradictions of the Argentinean federalism
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