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„[T]he Federalist Constitution has proved to be a brilliant success, which unitary nation states and parliamentary democracies all over the world would do well to copy. I give it most of the credit for the fact that ours is the wealthiest, most technologically advanced, and most socially just society in human history, not to mention the fact that we have with ease become a military superpower. [...] The rest of the world is quite rightly impressed with us, and it is thus no accident that the United States of America has become the biggest single exporter of public law in the history of humankind. Almost wherever one looks, written constitutions, federalism, separation of powers, bills of rights, and judicial review are on the ascendancy all over the world right now – and for a good reason. They work better than any of the alternatives that have been tried.“ [551]

Die triumphalen und schwerlich bescheiden zu nennenden Zeilen Calabresis sind beredtes Zeugnis für ein amerikanisches Selbstverständnis, dass neben aller gelegentlichen Hybris doch in einem tatsächlich fruchtbaren „Verfassungs-Nährboden“ wurzelt. [552: 552 Etwas nüchterner in der Betrachtung B. Ackerman, The New Separation of Powers, in: 113 Harvard L. Rev. (2000), S. 633 ff.]

[T]he Federalist Constitution has proved to be a brilliant success, which unitary nation states and parliamentary democracies all over the world would do well to copy. I give it most of the credit for the fact that ours is the wealthiest, most technologically advanced, and most socially just society in human history, not to mention the fact that we have with ease become a military superpower . . . . The rest of the world is quite rightly impressed with us, and it is thus no accident that the United States of America has become the biggest single exporter of public law in the history of humankind. Almost wherever one looks, written constitutions, federalism, separation of powers, bills of rights, and judicial review are on the ascendancy all over the world right now — and for a good reason. They work better than any of the alternatives that have been tried. [1]

Perhaps Steven Calabresi’s triumphalism is typical today, but it contrasts harply with previous American attitudes.

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Das Zitat von Calabresi wird inklusive Auslassung genau so wie in Ackermann angegeben, der erste Satz danach ist ähnlich. Die Fußnote wurde mit dem Zitat kopiert.

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