The Myth of Unbreakable Constitutions

The Economist

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· 5 min read

The civics-­class view of American government depicts the constitution as a far-sighted and masterful protection against tyranny.

Yet replicas of it have been adopted in other countries and failed to keep tyrants at bay 👇


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