Op-ed: Do Constitutional Rights Matter?

By Jane Kelly, 12 June
United States Constitution (photo credit: The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society)
United States Constitution (photo credit: The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society)
Constitutions are written to be the girders of civilized society. They enumerate what is allowed and what is not, all with the goal of constraining power and documenting a country’s values. But how do constitutions really affect society and keep governments in check?
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