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an advocate of constitutional government

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However, whereas Ackerman limits periods of genuine popular sovereignty to a few pivotal decades in American history--leaving it up to judges to elaborate on their deeper meaning during long stretches of constitutional silence--a popular constitutionalist may be open to following the commands of the American people on a more consistent basis.
Marcus Tullius Cicero (3 January 106 BC-7 December 43 BC) was a Roman philosopher, politician, lawyer, orator, political theorist, consul and constitutionalist.
Instead, Lambert unearthed some kind of alien constitutionalist ideology.
Barlow is a true conservative and constitutionalist and I wholeheartedly endorse her in her bid for the United States Congress in Texas CD 13.
Ambedkar was an astute political leader, prominent constitutionalist, jurist, economist, thinker and a transformational social reformer.
Dion had a gun on his hip and told the official who questioned whether he had a permit that his authority was the constitutionalist badge he was wearing on his belt.
Cicero was a Roman philosopher, statesman, lawyer, orator, political theorist, Roman consul and constitutionalist.
SIR - We would be wise to heed the warning of that wise constitutionalist, Lord Elis-Thomas, that "the trouble with referenda is that they do often become polls on the government".
The Organization's bureau was also formed during the meeting, with its five MPs representing various opposition parties: El-Wafd, El-Karama, the Liberal Constitutionalist Party and the Coalition Party, in addition to Anwar Essmat El-Sadat.
serving as vice president of the Seattle chapter of the Constitutionalist Party of Iran--a group that advocates a constitutional monarchy in Iran.
The Constitutionalist and Internationalist narratives are not inherently contradictory, and under the dualist conception of international law in the United States they can proceed along parallel tracks.
The Constitutionalist Revolution: An Essay on the History of England, 1450-1642.
His basic theme is the development of constitutionalist ideas from the fifteenth century to the reign of Charles I.
His concept of a good state includes democratic reforms, freedom for political prisoners, an end to the astronomical waste of huge arms purchases, and a constitutionalist government.
Congressmen from the dominant Constitutionalist Liberal Party have formed a de facto alliance with their traditional foes from the Sandinista Front to strip Bolanos of much of his power and split power among themselves;