Estudios sobre la constitucion arjentina de 1853, en que se restablece su mente alterada por comentarios hostiles, y se designan los antecedentes nacionales que han sido bases de su formacion y deben serlo de su jurisprudencia.

Essay concerning the Argentine Constitution of 1853. With chapters discussing the following: constitutional organisation; the origins of the federalist doctrines of Argentina; the differences between the constitutions of Argentina and the United States and Chile; the law making Buenos Aires the capital city; the law of capitulisation; the national treasury; trade agreements; provincial and centralised government systems; the administration of justice, and constitutional reform
Item Type: Book or pamphlet
Creators: Alberdi, Juan Bautista
Date: 1853
Place of Publication: Valparaiso
Publisher: Imprenta del Diario
Number of Pages: 104
Theme: Political Culture
Country/Region: Argentina
Keywords: Constitutionalism, Government Institutions, Government Administration, Civil Law, Capital, Domestic Commerce, Free Trade, Justice, Federalism, Public Revenue
URI: http://liberalism-in-americas.org/id/eprint/911
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