The Homevoter Hypothesis

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The "Homevoter Hypothesis" thereby makes a strong case for decentralization of the fiscal and regulatory functions of government.

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"School Finance Litigation and Property Tax Revolts: How Undermining Local
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burb research, which means the authors attempt to interpret the social worlds in
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