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Comparative Judicial Systems offers never before seen data on the characteristics of the world's judicial and legal systems and judicial decision-making that will be valuable to comparative politics students and scholars. Comparative Judicial Systems provides cross-national political and judicial analysis of: [yen] constitutions, laws, and judicial structures of several countries including Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, Germany, Hungary, India, Iran, Israel, Japan, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, United Kingdom, and the United States [yen] contemporary and controversial issues like power and role of judiciaries; political finance and corruption; women's rights; government and the economy; religious-ethnic-religious discrimination; and fundamental freedoms and rights. This reference book is most appropriate for the college and law library market supporting courses in comparative politics, law, or judicial systems.