Sanford Levinson and The Comparative Jurist.
What makes it worth looking at other constitutions compared to say, the US Constitution? “One answer to that comes in a Rudyard Kipling poem. ‘What do they know of England who only England know?’ It’s an embarrassing truth that one reason to look at other constitutions, whether next door in Canada or in Tanzania, India, really anywhere, is that you end up learning a lot about the US Constitution that hadn’t occurred to you. You learn what deeply embedded assumptions we have.” [. . .]