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Diversity of Constitutional Rights in Federal Systems

A Comparative Analysis of German, American and Swiss Law

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 September 2008

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The contribution of subnational constitutions to the development of constitutional law – Subnational recognition of a diversity of fundamental rights as symbol of constitutional autonomy – Identical, less protective and more protective subnational rights – Diversity in sources, uniformity in application – Positive rights and the provision of public goods – federal courts and state courts: federal chemistry and constitutional laboratories

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Copyright © Asser Press 2008

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