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The decades-long debate about whether power sharing (consensus) governments or majoritarianism diminish conflict may be missing an even more important element in diminishing conflict, whether all major groups participate in negotiations. Using crucial moments in a regime's history, the drafting and implementation of new constitutions, this article offers evidence that whether constitution-making processes include all relevant societal groups matters more in diminishing internal nation-statedoi:10.33774/apsa-2020-ks5z7 fatcat:wx37yucfufbuzb473h2a23wjji