Subconstitutionalism. (Symposium: State Constitutions) - Stanford Law School

Subconstitutionalism. (Symposium: State Constitutions)

By Stanford Law School

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-06-01
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Stanford Law School
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INTRODUCTION Many nation states have a two-tiered constitutional structure that establishes a superior state and a group of subordinate states that exercise overlapping control of a single population. The superior state (or what we will sometimes call the "superstate") has a constitution (a "superconstitution") and the subordinate states ("substates") have their own constitutions ("subconstitutions"). One can call this constitutional arrangement "sub-national constitutionalism," or, for short, "subconstitutionalism."

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