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  • ...are the ultimate source of legal authority for the state. The rules of the constitution identify the major institutions of the state, and govern the relationshi In most constitutions the constitution is codified in a single document: exceptions include the United Kingdom
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  • #REDIRECT [[Constitutional conservatism]]
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  • ...ional law]], going beyond [[strict constitutionalism]] to require that the Constitution is to be taken literally as supreme law. It generally does not include One constitutional conservative blog identifies its underlying precepts as:<ref>{{citatio
    1 KB (183 words) - 18:41, 3 November 2010
  • ...rough dialogue across ideological and partisan lines, but using the [[U.S. Constitution]] as a reference. As a [[think tank]], it produces research reports and *Constitutional Amendments
    889 B (126 words) - 18:27, 13 March 2010
  • #REDIRECT [[U.S. constitutional law]]
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  • ...stitutional monarchy''' is a system of [[government]] in which a written [[constitution]] declares the [[Head of State]] to be a [[monarch]], or [[sovereign]]. Constitutional monarchy separates the ceremonial duties of the head of State from the
    1 KB (176 words) - 09:53, 3 August 2009
  • #redirect[[U.S. Constitutional Convention]]
    43 B (5 words) - 22:59, 12 April 2007
  • ...rict view of U.S. [[constitutional law]], principally regarding the [[U.S. Constitution]] as a document to be read literally and not interpreted
    195 B (28 words) - 18:34, 3 November 2010
  • ...ion as using legal and educational means to ensure rights under the [[U.S. Constitution]] and the [[Universal Declaration of Human Rights]]. ...sident [[Roger Ailes]] distinguish between "[[First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution|First Amendment rights]], of which they are “vigorous defenders” and
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  • Interpretation of legal matters with the assumption that a formal constitution is the supreme authority; usually refers to U.S. jurisprudence
    177 B (24 words) - 22:37, 7 March 2010
  • ...has been in effect since February 4, 1997, when it superseded the interim constitution that had been put in place to ease the mid-1990s transition from [[apart The current constitution is the fifth since South Africa's 1910 founding and the second since its
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  • ...of government in which the powers of the head of state are determined by a constitution.
    145 B (22 words) - 00:03, 20 April 2009
  • {{r|Constitution}} {{r|U.S. constitutional law||**}}
    370 B (51 words) - 22:37, 20 February 2010
  • ...d and fifteen years from July 1st 1867 to the 17th of April 1982, Canada's constitution had been an act of the British parliament. The [[British North America A
    332 B (51 words) - 06:58, 3 December 2008
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  • #redirect[[U.S. Constitution]]
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