Contributions of England, USA and France to Modern Constitutionalism

By: Anavitarte, E. J.*

Social changes during the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries, in different countries such as England, the United States and France, are essential to understand modern constitutionalism.

These phenomena changed the prevailing paradigm of a personal sovereign, typical of the Middle Ages, to the new notion of state sovereignty; and they marked the passage from the feudal world to modernity. Allowing (a) the social organization around the notion of state, and (b) the creation of basic rules for the governed, in a public text.

This set of social and political transformations, are known collectively as Bourgeois Revolutions, or Liberal Revolutions.

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