Edited by Hermann WellenreutherLegal, political and social historians compare the constitutional histories of Germany and the United States concentrating on Federalism, the idea of a ruler, civil rights, national unity and change in industrial societies that affected the development of their respective constitutions. The authors identify relevant factors common to both countries and explain why their respective developments diverged.Germany and the USA - The Krefeld Historical Symposia

German and American constitutional thought - Hermann Wellenreuther

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Title
German and American constitutional thought - contexts, interaction, and historical realities
Author
Hermann Wellenreuther
format
Hardback
Publisher
Berg Publishers
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19900522

Edited by Hermann WellenreutherLegal, political and social historians compare the constitutional histories of Germany and the United States concentrating on Federalism, the idea of a ruler, civil rights, national unity and change in industrial societies that affected the development of their respective constitutions. The authors identify relevant factors common to both countries and explain why their respective developments diverged.Germany and the USA - The Krefeld Historical Symposia

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Hermann Wellenreuther Chair of Early Modern History,Georg-August-University, Gttingen

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Constitutional history - Germany (West) - Congresses.|Constitutional history - United States - Congresses.
Country of Publication
New York (State)
Number of Pages
527

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