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The front matter section of this book Human Rights Constitutionalism in Japan and Asia: The Writings of Lawrence W. Beer contains the table of contents and a preface. In the second half of the twentieth century the colonial powers, the United Kingdom, the United States, Holland, Japan, Portugal, and France, yielded to Asian demands for independence and went home. The book brings together a selection from many writings on human rights constitutionalism in Asia published over the past fifty years but not now easily accessible to students of Asia.

Keywords: Asia; human rights constitutionalism; United Kingdom

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