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Surely, they will object, nationalism in America means constitutionalism!A New Constitution? We Can Hardly Handle The One We’ve Got!|James Poulos|February 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There is no shortage of ideas to borrow from, as there a rich literature on constitutionalism and ethnicity.
A crude Constitutionalism, or a still cruder Republicanism, were preached by almost all writers of the time.Revolution and Counter-Revolution|Karl Marx
After 1789, the German was down with that new disease, French constitutionalism; liberty, fraternity and equality.
If you wish to become hysterical, read your fill of this drunken era of French Constitutionalism.
The state-governments had overcome the attacks of constitutionalism, and seemed to be more independent of control than ever.Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam|Ephraim Emerton
Parliamentarianism was dying on its legs and constitutionalism appeared to have received its death-blow.Ireland Since Parnell|Daniel Desmond Sheehan