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The Continental Divide Writ Small

One of the interesting phenomena in North American constitutionalism is the subtle duet of convergence alongside enduring divergence in the constitutional law and practice of the United States and Canada. The border between the two countries is often described as the longest friendly border in the world. Over 1 billion dollars worth of goods cross

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Published on August 23, 2009
Author:          Filed under: abortion, Canada, extradition, hp, Ran Hirschl, United States