The Soviet, Chinese and Albanian constitutions: Ideological divergence and institutionalized confrontation?

@article{Tang1980TheSC,
  title={The Soviet, Chinese and Albanian constitutions: Ideological divergence and institutionalized confrontation?},
  author={Peter S. H. Tang},
  journal={Studies in Soviet Thought},
  year={1980},
  volume={21},
  pages={39-58}
}
  • Peter S. H. Tang
  • Published 1 February 1980
  • Political Science
  • Studies in Soviet Thought
Western constitutional lawyers have often questioned the credib?ity of the constitutions of Communist-ruled states. Prior to 1975, the existing constitu tions of thirteen such states1 were modeled after the 1936 Stalin constitution of the USSR with essential variations. Such a constitutional fa?ade, often giving rise to a sense of political unreality, was not penetrated unt? the People's Republic of China (PRC) adopted its new constitution on January 17, 1975.2 This document injects into the… 

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