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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Vicki C Jackson; Mark V Tushnet; William Hubbs Rehnquist
|Description:||1 vol. (xxiv-260 p.) ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Foreword by William H. Rehnquist Introduction European Integration and the Ideal of the Common Good by Winfried Brugger The Shaping of a New Democracy Within the Context of Tradition: Equality and the Respect for Diversity by D. M. Davis Reflections on Continental European Public Law in the Tradition of Hobbes and Napoleon by Thomas Fleiner The Right to Freedom of Religion and Secularism in the Indiana Constitution by Ratna Kapur Uses Americans Might Make of Foreign Constitutional Case Law by Donald P. Kommers Judicial Systems: Challenges for the Twenty-First Century by Roberto G. MacLean The United Kingdom Human Rights Act, 1998 by Geoffrey Marshall Constitutional Development: The African Experience by Dullah Omar Comparative Constitutional Law in an Age of Economic Globalization by David Schneiderman Modern Constitutional Developments in the Arab World: The Case of Judicial Review in Egypt and Its Impact on Other Arab Countries by Adel Omar Sherif Why Do We Study Constitutional Laws of Foreign Countries, and How? by Kazuyuki Takahashi A European Perspective: Economic and Social Rights in the French Constitution by Jean-Pierre Theron Constitutional Conceptions and Constitutional Comparativism by Lorraine E. Weinrib For Further Reading Index|
|Responsibility:||edited by Vicki C. Jackson and Mark Tushnet ; foreword by William H. Rehnquist, ...|
?Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law is an important contribution to a rich tradition of public law scholarship on courts and constitutions in comparative perpective.?-The Law and