Returning with Interest: Observations on Some Putative Benefits of Studying Comparative Constitutional Law

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Title: Returning with Interest: Observations on Some Putative Benefits of Studying Comparative Constitutional Law
Author: Tushnet, Mark V.
Citation: Mark Tushnet, Returning with Interest: Observations on Some Putative Benefits of Studying Comparative Constitutional Law, 1 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 325 (1998).
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