Browse the World Constitutions Illustrated database either by selecting a country from the drop-down box or selecting a country from the A-Z list on the landing page.
For example, choose the United States of America. Users will be able to view different versions of the constitutions, its amendments and other related documents listed in a hierarchical format. Once a constitution or other document has been selected, use the Table of Contents at the left of the screen to locate specific sections.
To locate a specific word or phrase, use the magnifying glass located in the toolbar above the image of the page. For example, search This Title for the word "preamble."
Included in this database are thousands of classic books on constitutions, constitutional history and jurisprudence, and political and economic history by some of the greatest legal minds in history, such as:
Browse titles and books in World Constitutions Illustrated using the A-Z index at the top of the page. Alternatively, users may browse by author, date, or subject within this subcollection.
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The Hearings section of this database contains more than 170 United States hearings. Browse hearings in World Constitutions Illustrated using the A-Z index at the top of the page.
The Bibliography section of this database lists numerous resources that are beneficial to constitutional research, but due to copyright and other restrictions are not available in HeinOnline. Select the OCLC number from the record to view the title’s WorldCat entry and find a nearby library that has the title available.
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