Political Minorities and the Right to Tolerance: The Development of a Right to Conscientious

de Sousa e Brito, Jose
June 1999
Brigham Young University Law Review;1999, Vol. 1999 Issue 2, p607
Academic Journal
Describes the development of a right to conscientious objection in constitutional law in relation to political minorities and the right to tolerance. Explanation on the proper method of comparative constitutional law; Discussion on the general right to conscientious objection to military service; Exploration on the possibility of a right to conscientious objection to substitute duty.


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