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The US Constitution was very radical for its time period and it has remained (relatively) unchanged since its creation. From what I understand, it has been an important document in the creation of other constitutions around the world, specifically Japan's after the end of WWII IIRC. Are there other constitutions that are modeled closely off of the USC? How much have they changed comparatively?
I know this might not be specifically your question, but there is an article out there (can’t remember who wrote it for the life of me) in a US state politics journal that basically looked at whether or not state constitutions are using the same language as each other. To sum, the findings were that yes, state constitutions are copying specific phrases and language from each other, but that the most commonly “borrowed” language came from the US constitution. It was actually a pretty neat paper and I remember their methodology being pretty unique

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