This chapter presents some final thoughts. The book highlights the role of political deliberation in general, then specifies it to collegiate adjudication, further qualifies it in constitutional courts, and finally describes how it is ideally exhibited in such forum. It is argued that the book does more than add one more image to the ever-growing imagery about what constitutional courts do or promise to realize. It sheds light, through a numerous set of variables, on a fecund way to classify judicial review of legislation. The chapter also outlines the broad research agenda naturally springs from this book.
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