The Crisis of Social Inclusion and the Paradox of the Nation State State Fracture and Inclusionary Pressures

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    The re-orientation of constitutional law after 1945 was caused, to a large extent, by the fact that national states based in national sovereignty were not equal to the external demands for legislation which they encountered through the multiplication of sovereign states across the globe. As discussed, the growth of a global constitution outside national… (More)

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