As the reality of Marshall McLuhan's global village grows by the day, previously under-the-radar nations assume new positions of relevance. Analyzing Nepal's efforts to transform itself from monarchy to democracy, complete with a constitution that includes press and speech freedom provisions, is useful. It serves to highlight the uniqueness of America's post-revolutionary experience that resulted in, among other documents, the First Amendment. This article focuses on those unique circumstances, in part by utilizing a Madisonian perspective.
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