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Should Britain Adopt A Written Constitution?

Currently Britain’s constitution is an unwritten one. This doesn’t mean that it is literally unwritten but that it is set down in many different documents. Additionally there is no set bill of rights as there is in The United States of America. The constitution of the U.S.A. is written and codified. In America a bill […]

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Charles Beard’s Article, Framing the Constitution

Charles Beard’s article, Framing the Constitution, alleges the members of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia were “disinterested” in providing basic rights for citizens. He stated that the framers of the Constitution of the United States were only concerned in improving their own economic well–being and personal agendas. Therefore, providing information of the events that led […]

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Philippine Constitution

The aim of this section is to forbid the making, storing, manufacture or testing in our country of nuclear weapons, devices or parts thereof as well as the use of our territory as dumping site for radioactive wastes and transit within our territory of ships or planes with nuclear weapons. The State shall promote a […]

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What Is a Constitution?

A constitution can broadly be defined as a set of rules, written and unwritten, that seek to establish the duties, powers and functions of the various institutions of government, regulate the relationships between them, and define the relationship between the state and the individual. The balance between written (legal) and unwritten (customary or conventional) rules […]

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Bolivian Legal System

Bolivia presents a wide range of cultural, natural and ethnical diversity. Along these wonderful and positive factors, the country also presents severe levels of political, economic and social instability which makes it one of the poorest and most undeveloped countries in the world. The conflictive contrasts between different social groups have made the Bolivian legal […]

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The Strengths and Weaknesses of the U.S. Constitution

The founders and framers of the United States Constitution have apparently felt and thought that there is a significant need for the country or their government to have a ratified fundamental law Hence, in order for the American people to never go back or once again be subjected to tyrannical control which they have previously […]

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