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Constitutional Review in the United States and Austria: Notes on the Beginnings

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Abstract:

Abstract.  

Despite far-reaching historical and political differences, and despite legal systems that reflect altogether different traditions, the United States and Austria manifest striking similarities where some aspects of their respective development of constitutional review are concerned. For example, on the constitutional review of federalist issues (competing claims of federal and state law), the review power was there from the beginning in both countries. And both countries developed a power of constitutional review reaching to the enactments of the federal legislature. In a brief sketch of aspects of the early development of constitutional review in both countries, the author looks, in particular, to the kinds of arguments made on behalf of constitutional review in the American and Austrian legal systems.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9337.00234

Affiliations: Washington University

Publication date: 2003-06-01

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