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"To say that [Alexander's book] is an important and intreesting work would be a gross understatement. The questions of whether (and how) to grant constitutional status to the right of property, and how courts ought to interpret such provisions, raise core issues in contemporary constitutionalism and political economic development. . . . The breadth and depth of coverage and analysis, combined with its thoughtful and provocative arguments, render this book a highly stimulating and informative read."