The Beginning of the Constitutional Era: A Bicentennial Comparative Analysis of the First Modern Constitutions
This book evolved as part of the Comparative & International Law Program at the Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America, which sponsors studies on the expansion of constitutionalism around the world. Sparked by the bicentennial celebrations of the framing of the U.S. Constitution & the first Polish & French Constitutions this study focuses on the beginning of the constitutional. era. The intent is not merely to narrate each country's constitutional history but to identify the factors that both assisted & impeded constitutional development in the three countries.
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Ludwikowski, Rett R. and Fox, William, "The Beginning of the Constitutional Era: A Bicentennial Comparative Analysis of the First Modern Constitutions" (1993). Faculty Books. 88.