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by Albert P Blaustein

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0887020194
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Albert P Blaustein
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The Washington Institute for Values in Public Policy (1986)
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The United States Constitution is perceived as the fundamental point of reference, even by regimes .

The United States Constitution is perceived as the fundamental point of reference, even by regimes whose philosophical outlook is antidemocratic. Furthermore, nearly every nation has accepted the "Philadelphia formula"-either internally or universally-as the means by which an effective constitution can best be produced. Lawyers have dominated the constituent assemblies and constitutional conventions abroad.

Blaustein, Albert P. The Influence of United States Constitution Abroad, 12 Okla

Blaustein, Albert P. The Influence of United States Constitution Abroad, 12 Okla. Rev. 435, 440 (1987).

The United States Constitution is an expression of Americans diverging .

The United States Constitution is an expression of Americans diverging from colonial rule, according to this viewpoint. Generally the influence of the Constitution appears in trans-national history of ideas, foreign translations, and exchanges between Americans and their counterparts from the beginning with smuggled translations into Hispanic America until today with conferences among national legislators.

Constitutional State. This conference forms. strengthening of the constitutional state as our. main objectives abroad. As far as the significance of constitutional. values is concerned, the German constitution. Grundgesetz) makes in its preceding statement. part of a series of seminars started in 1997. under the title Constitution and Law. It has been our common objective since then. Präamble) particular reference to human dig

The first influences of the American Constitution on national constitutions was felt in the . Albert P. Blaustein was professor of law at Rutgers (The State University of New Jersey) School of Law.

The first influences of the American Constitution on national constitutions was felt in the 1791 documents of Poland and France. The Polish Constitution was short-lived. The principal reason for the influence of the Philadelphia Constitution abroad, however, can be summed up in one word-success. America is the richest, freest, and most powerful country in the world, with the longestlived constitution. The second oldest is Belgium’s, from 1831, followed by Norway’s, from 1841.

Constitutionalism and Rights. The Influence of the United States Constitution Abroad. New York: Columbia University Press, 1990.

7 Albert P. Blaustein, The Influence of United States Constitution Abroad, 12 Okla

7 Albert P. Blaustein, The Influence of United States Constitution Abroad, 12 Okla. 15, the Interim Constitution followed the liberal constitutionalist model enshrining a series of liberal rights: freedom of speech, writing, association and assembly, the rights of privacy in correspondence, the freedom of migration, the freedom of religion, the rights of property and freedom of setting up private enterprise, habeas corpus, the rights to petition to the parliament or administrative officials and the rights to. remedies from the court or other supervisory bodies.

History of the United States Constitution. The United States Constitution has served as the supreme law of the United States since taking effect in 1789. The document was written at the 1787 Philadelphia Convention and was ratified through a series of state conventions held in 1787 and 1788.

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