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The Relationship between Human Rights, Constitution and Constitutionalism in the United States

CUI Ying MENG Ling-qi (1.School of Humanities and Social Sciences, USTB, Beijing 100083, China) (2.School of Government, Peking University, Beijing 100872, China)  
Individual rights are the core of life which mark the masterstroke of the constitutional history since the establishment of the United States. The basis of the principle of human rights of the American Constitution is a process of gradual development and enlargement of range. American constitution ensures the embodiment of human rights, but at the same time, it also faces some hardnuts to crack in dealing with the relationship between national power and human rights.
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