Mark S. Weiner

Argentina: Populism, the State and Positive Rights

In Affirmative action, Antitrust, Argentina, Constitutional law, Conversations, Cross-cultural encounters & comparisons, Economic regulation, Freedom of speech, Gender, Latin America, Race, Video on November 3, 2012 at 12:01 pm

My new post is entirely in video format. It’s a short conversation with an Argentinean scholar about constitutional law in his country, including some differences between law there and in the United States. Our conversation touches on affirmative action, gay marriage, voter identification, and economic regulation, among other important issues. My wife says it’s fascinating, and I hope you’ll agree.

To watch, just click on the thumbnail below, or to see it in larger format (which I’d recommend), click above on the title of this post and then click again on the video window:

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