Book review: Advanced Introduction to Comparative Constitutional Law.
Keywords:Constitutional Law, History, Constitutional Review, Rights, Government
Tushnet presents a thoughtful introduction to the field of comparative constitutional law through a review of recent literature and an analysis of the key contemporary issues in constitutional design and structure. In the following lines a review of his book is presented.
Book review of Mark Tushnet. Advanced Introduction to Comparative Constitutional Law. Cheltenham; Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014. ISBN (Hb) 978 1 78100 731 0 £58.50, ISBN (Pb) 978 1 78347 351 9 £12.76.
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