Mirow, M. C.
August 2012
Florida Journal of International Law;Aug2012, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p271
Academic Journal
The article discusses the history of the Constitution of CÁdiz in Saint Augustine, Florida in the year 1812 after its promulgation in Spain and also reflects on the Constitution in Fernandina, Florida in the year 1813. It mentions that the Constitution has established the principles of national sovereignty, constitutional monarchy and freedom of the press. It states that in the year 1821, Florida has shifted from the constitution of CÁdiz to the Constitution of Philadelphia.


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