Toward a Model of Constitutions

Williams Kuttikadan

Have you ever wanted a clear, visual guide to constitutions? Something so simple you could use it to explain essential constitutional structure to all your friends in under a minute?

Toward a Model of Constitutions lays out the basic principles of democratic constitutions, from the separation of powers to the rule of law. Through this unique analytical framework of human rights, you’ll understand constitutional logic better than the average lawyer, with figures and tables throughout the book to provide an accessible, visual perspective.

What should our minimum expectations be while paying taxes? What should our minimum expectations be of democratic societies? Can democracies go bad?

Obviously, if democracies are to improve, we must take political control back from big money. How do we do that? How do we ensure democracies are controlled by the people and not by big business?

Toward a Model of Constitutions addresses all these questions and more.

Press & Praise

Indies Today

...fascinating and thought-provoking. A masterclass in the basics of constitutional framework, Toward a Model of Constitutions provides inquisitive readers with an in-depth understanding of the considerations involved in forming a thriving democratic governance.

Diana Lopez, Readers' Favorite

The author uses simple language to explain complex ideas, which is why I recommend this book to anyone interested in the subject, regardless of their prior level of knowledge.

K.C. Finn, Readers' Favorite

...superbly researched and effortlessly approachable work on the subject of Constitutions is essential for every civics student.

Williams Kuttikadan is an alumnus of IIM Calcutta, one of the top management institutes in India. He has been recognized for writing excellence at both national and international levels. With many years spent working across blue-chip firms, including in high-tech R&D and associated patenting, he understands the interplay between business and government regulations and how the two influence each other.

Research for this book became his passion project at the beginning of the 2008 global financial crisis. He now offers this framework in the hope that democratic governments will be able to avoid the mistakes of the past.

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