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View Resource The Avalon Project at the Yale Law School: Documents in Law, History and Diplomacy

Yale University Law School's Avalon Project seeks to "mount digital documents relevant to the fields of Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy and Government." The site is simple yet powerful. The documents are presented both chronologically and by topic (under Major Collections), ranging from the Athenian Constitution to the 1992 European Parliament Resolution on the Situation in Tibet. The...
View Resource Human & Constitutional Rights

The Arthur W. Diamond Law Library at Columbia Law School maintains this excellent resource for finding materials on human rights and constitutional rights. The metasite serves students, scholars, and practitioners as a portal to documents and Internet resources on international and domestic law related to human and constitutional rights. The information resources are divided into six sections:...
View Resource Wyandotte Constitution

When Kansas became the 34th state on January 29th, 1861 it was this document, the Wyandotte Constitution, that was implemented as its charter. The document was not without controversy, as proslavery and antislavery movements sparred over provisions in the text. In fact, the Wyandotte Constitution was the fourth constitution written during what became known as the Bleeding Kansas era, a period...

View Resource Constitute

In 2013, the Comparative Constitutions Project, in collaboration with Google Ideas, launched Constitute, an incredible online tool that lets readers read, search, and compare 194 constitutions from nations around the world. Through a simple and inviting interface, readers may search for the constitutions of countries as diverse as Albania and Angola, Malta and the Marshal Islands, Norway and Sri...