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Why constitutional theory needs to be comparative and international

What’s wrong with mainstream constitutional theory? Among other things, it is neither comparative nor international, at a time when other countries and the international legal regime are in need of constitutionalization and might actually benefit from some applied theory. Here’s a rundown of the argument, with thanks to both the Constitution in 2020 and Balkinization blogs for hosting it.

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Published on September 18, 2009
Author:          Filed under: constitutional theory, David Law, hp
 

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