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September 11, 2013 4:17 PM
Among public intellectuals on China’s Internet, the term “constitutionalism” is being raised with increasingly frequency. The term is most frequently invoked in the context of political reform, democracy, or human rights. Why has constitutionalism become a banner to unite Chinese reformists, and what does it really mean?

Analysis Sept 11th 2013

Published September 12, 2013

Among public intellectuals on China’s Internet, the term “constitutionalism” is being raised with increasingly frequency. The term is most frequently invoked in the context of political reform, democracy, or human rights. Why has constitutionalism become a banner to unite Chinese reformists, and what does it really mean?