European Constitutional History, Or, The Origin and Development of the Governments of Modern Europe: From the Fall of the Western Roman Empire to the Close of the Nineteenth Century

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W.S. Hein, 1902 - Law - 421 pages
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"Not one of the nations of Europe started with a written constitution. In the course of their history many of them have found it advisable to adopt a mode of expressing their fundamental law. The entire national life of a people form a part of its constitution, and it is necessary to understand that in order to correctly interpret and construe the constitution. This work aims to present how portions of history affected certain country's Constitutions and Governments; from the fall of the Western Roman Empire to the close of the Nineteenth Century."

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