After World War II, much of the world shared revulsion of Nazi racism, contempt for the rule of law, and destruction of self-government. Many of the constitutions written in the postwar era explicitly developed democratic standards for judicial enforcement, based on values of universalism, equality, and the public welfare—values shared with this country.
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