The annals of psychological research are replete with studies of twins who, despite being separated at birth, grow up into adults with similar personalities. An observer of the supreme courts of Canada and India might be forgiven for thinking that these two courts are also long lost siblings, for in the last forty years, each has independently developed an unwritten constitutional jurisprudence that bears a striking resemblance to that of the other.
Colonial Cousins: Explaining India and Canada's Unwritten Constitutional Principles,
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