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Courts and Constitutions
What is a constitution? How are constitutions made? Why have some constitutions effectively structured the political lives of their countries and endured, while others have struggled to shape the dynamics of power, let alone survive? Does constitutionalism generally, and judicial review in particular, empower or constrain the prospects for democracy and justice? Why have these practices varied across countries over time? This course explores these questions in comparative, historical and theoretical perspective.(Comparative)
Weekly Contact: Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
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