Constitutions as "Living Trees?" Comparative Constitutional Law and Interpretive Metaphors

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Title: Constitutions as "Living Trees?" Comparative Constitutional Law and Interpretive Metaphors
Author: Jackson, Vicki C.
Citation: Vicki C. Jackson, Constitutions as "Living Trees"? Comparative Constitutional Law and Interpretive Metaphors, 75 Fordham L. Rev. 921 (2006).
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