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MODERN AMERICAN AND JAPANESE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: DEFINING THE PATHS AND INTERSECTIONS BETWEEN TWO LINKED CONSITITUTIONS
During the post-war occupation era in Japan, an entire new Constitution mimicking the Americans’ was amended on to the Meiji constitution by the occupying Allied powers. Important American principles and institutions like ...
Better Is One Day
Every court case is a story, a drama played out before peer and judge. Characters move around stage amid recitations of scripted lines. Too often, the casual observer ignores the real people with unique stories and motivations ...