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This report assesses the contribution to constitutional thought of Edward Coke, William Blackstone, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
American federalism is often lauded for promoting democratic participation and accountability, but this view neglects the ways in which it actually structures day-to-day...
From post-conflict Iraqi federalism to the decentralist teachings of the World Bank in the developing world, comparative federalism has found increasingly vibrant applications...
This paper advances a conception of quasi-constitutionalism, consisting of far-reaching but legally unenforceable constraints and limits on the power of political majorities in...
This paper analyses the different senses in which the legislature’s relationship to the constitution can be understood.
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