Constitutionalism and Human Rights: America, Poland, and France: A Bicentennial Colloquium at the Miller Center
This work is the sixth volume in the Miller Center Bicentennial Series on Constitutionalism. The contributors examine in several different essays the historical, political, and ideological connections among the constitutional experiences of France, Poland, and the United States. This study furthers the Miller Center's efforts to examine the United States Constitution and its interaction and interrelationship with other constitutions in the world. Although Poland's constitution was the focus of the book, the approach has been made unique by the fact that the study was not conducted solely through Polish eyes, but rather in relation to the constitutions which, with Poland, share the distinction of being the three oldest constitutions in the world, the French and the U.S. Co-published with the Miller Center of Public Affairs.
University Press of America
Comparative and Foreign Law | Constitutional Law | Human Rights Law | Law
Ludwikowski, Rett R. and Thompson, Kenneth W., "Constitutionalism and Human Rights: America, Poland, and France: A Bicentennial Colloquium at the Miller Center" (1991). Faculty Books. 86.