Throughout the paper there been an in-depth analysis of consistency in standards while comparing various political regimes. The important incorporation of the paper on rule and principle has been dealt with separately, towards the end of the paper. So much so that it is taken an effort to link this part of the paper with the formative part of the paper. Perhaps a better connectivity and incorporation of rules and principles while doing the comparative perspective of United States of America and Germany, would have given a more holistic dimension to the paper.
At the end of the paper, the most significant part of the paper is its suggestions. The authors have given a very limited set of suggestions, particularly those that could be practically applicable and useful to overcome the hurdles and drawbacks in the effort to attain internal consistency. The conclusion given is slightly complex and lacks clarity of suggestions, whereby at one point the author has given suggestions and on the other part he has challenged his own suggestions by saying that it is next to impossible to attain internal consistency.