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Strong constitutions : social-cognitive origins of the separation of powers

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  • "This title presents a bold argument that constitutional states are not weaker because their powers are divided - they are often stronger because they solve collective action problems rooted in speech and communication."

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  • "Strong constitutions social-cognitive origins of the separation of powers /"
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