CounterconstitutionalismDalhousie Law Journal (2008)
AbstractDemocratic constitutionalism has in some instances erected significant barriers to participatory democracy. This is paradoxical because the promise of constitutionalism is to produce precisely the opposite result. I have a name for this paradoxical state of affairs. I call it counterconstitutionalism. In this article, I introduce and illustrate the concept of counterconstitutionalism.
Citation InformationRichard Albert. "Counterconstitutionalism" Dalhousie Law Journal Vol. 31 (2008)
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