A Living Constitution: The Abbreviated Estrada Presidency
|Author||Joaquin Bernas SJ|
|Dimension||6" x 9"|
The third collection of Father Bernas’ A Living Constitution columns contains incisive and witty essays about issues that arose during the Estrada presidency: constitutionalism, separation of the Church and state, nature of emergency powers, peace talks, freedom of expression, human rights, graft and corruption, and of course, impeachment.
Joaquin G. Bernas, S.J., lawyer and professor, is Dean Emeritus of the Ateneo College of Law. His past positions include Superior of the Jesuits in the Philippines, Rector of the Jesuit Community of the Ateneo de Manila University, President of the Ateneo, and Dean of the Ateneo College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. He has published various books on constitutional law.
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