The Mixed Constitution and the Common Law

@inproceedings{Lieberman1999TheMC,
  title={The Mixed Constitution and the Common Law},
  author={D. Lieberman},
  year={1999}
}
The "constitution of England" provided a model for the theory and design of liberal political systems throughout the eighteenth century (as is most clearly but not exclusively evidenced in the case of the political structures created for the states and federal governments in America after 1776). The article surveys the period's most influential interpretations of eighteenth century England's political system; examining, in turn, the constitutional analysis of such major figures as Bolingbroke… Expand
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