Washington University Law Quarterly
In this Article, I will consider how Argentina has addressed two universal problems: effecting fundamental reform in the presence of powerful vested interests and precommitting to restrain undesirable behavior by the government in the face of political pressures for short-term solutions.
Geoffrey P. Miller,
Constitutional Moments, Precommitment, and Fundamental Reform: The Case of Argentina,
71 Wash. U. L. Q. 1061
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