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German and American constitutional thought

contexts, interaction, and historical realities

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      • Papers and commentary from the Second Krefeld Historical Symposium held in May 1987 in Krefeld, West Germany. Bibliography: p. 508-527.6

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        Paginationxvi, 138 p. :
        Number of Pages58
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Both phases of balancing, however, had the same effect German and American constitutional thought advocating judicial restraint and suggesting that rights be treated as social interests that had to be balanced against other social interests.

Conservatism featured strongly in American Enlightenment thinking. We will now take up an historical account of the origins of proportionality in Germany and of balancing in the United States.

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Burke only insisted on a tempered version, not a wholesale rejection of Enlightenment values. The Roads to Modernity: The British, French and American Enlightenments. Thus, in the middle of German and American constitutional thought nineteenth century, after German liberals had lost hope of institutionalizing an effective parliamentary system of government, they shifted their demands from ministerial to judicial accountability. Constitution, a man of letters, a politician, a scientist and a diplomat who left an enduring legacy on American philosophical thought.

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" German locals were fond of the agents, in part because they were reliable tenants. It is clear, both from the language of this provision and from its underlying logic, that this was a reversal of the default rule by which state action was legitimized under German public law. The "Memorandum of Agreement," signed on April 28, 2002, is six pages long and marked Top Secret. We note here a few recent theoretical and analytical engagements with the subject: Beatty, supra note 5; Jackson, supra note 5; R OBERT A LEXY, A T HEORY OF C ONSTITUTIONAL R IGHTS 2002 ; Julian Rivers, Proportionality and Variable Intensity of Review, 65 C AMBRIDGE L.