An essay on the misuse of constitution is presented. It explores the characterizations of the legal subject in a particular set of contexts, and focuses on the extent to which the government may intervene to improve inequalities between participants in particular social or economic transactions. The author discusses various due processes and equal protection cases taken from the second half of the twentieth century and examines its similarities to the subject of Constitution in Exile.

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