Cornell Law Review Volume 92 Issue 6

Property as Constitutional Myth: Utilities and Dangers

Recently, a revolution has begun in the American study of constitutional law. For many years constitutional scholarship was primarily an insular domestic concern. However, American scholars and decision makers have suddenly become actively aware of the existence of constitutional regimes in other countries and the value of studying those regimes. Just as globalization has become an irresistible force in politics and commerce, it is fast becoming an irresistible force in the study of constitutional law as well.


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