Toward a Model of Constitutions

Toward a Model of Constitutions by Williams Kuttikadan is a comprehensive yet easy read that breaks down the complex anatomy of constitutions, democratic systems, and how they impact society, human rights, and the expectations of individuals and societies. The author does an excellent job of presenting highly detailed information in a book that is simple to digest and understand.

Kuttikadan breaks down the fundamentals of constitutions with charts, illustrations, and straightforward explanations so that the reader gets a clear and concise version of the constitutional model and its importance in a democratic society. While the fundamentals of democracy are built on individual freedom and liberty, the author draws from history, governance, and corporate influence. The author goes a step further by stressing how vital it is to build a constitution with a solid structure in place so that it can adequately protect individual human rights and liberties while guarding against the attempts of large corporations and businesses to skew these rights in their favor, and above individual rights.

This book covers the foundations of a constitution exceptionally well while discussing the impact of oligarchies and institutions that wear a thin veil of democracy to keep citizens and societies convinced that there are no deficiencies in their human rights. These areas of concern include propaganda, false promises, and a lack of transparency that lead to gaps in equality, even in democratically successful nations. The author is passionate about promoting a more critical analysis of democratic constitutions, which must include constant feedback from the public to remain fully democratic in every sense of this definition.

I rate Toward a Model of Constitutions by Williams Kuttikadan a 5 out of 5 for its well-written portrayal and breakdown of modern constitutions and the importance of maintaining democracy with continuous review and improvements to ensure the complete protection of human rights and liberties. While the book is highly detailed with charts and illustrations, which may take a while to digest, it’s a quality read that’s both through-provoking and educational.

Pages: 290 | ASIN: B0B4DZTMDG

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