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Articles by Carl Goodman

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Carl Goodman is Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University Law Center (Japan/US Comparative Legal Systems); former Professor Hiroshima University, Faculty of Law (Anglo American Legal System); Author: The Rule of Law in Japan: A Comparative Analysis (Kluwer Law Int'l, 4th Revised Ed. 2017); Justice and Civil Procedure in Japan (Oceana Publications, 2004). This article is based on the paper “Contemplated Amendments to Japan’s 1947 Constitution: A Return to Iye, Kokutai and the Meiji State,” 26 Washington International Law Journal 17, 2017. More complete references to and discussion of supporting authorities may be found in the Washington International Law Journal paper. Thanks are extended to the Washington International Law Journal for its permission to utilize material contained in the original article. Volume 26 of the Washington International Law Journal is dedicated to a study of the Japanese Constitution and Article 9 therein.