Critica a la Constitucion colombiana de 1886, which translates to Critique of the colombian constitution of 1886 in English, discusses contradictions and conflict that have dogged Colombia’s life as a republic. One of its faces portrays stability. Colombia’s 1886 Constitution was modeled after that of the United States, the oldest uninterrupted constitution in the Americas. In a part of the world dominated by militarism and regular coups, Colombia has had mostly civil and elected governments and a commitment to constitutional republicanism. From the publisher.
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