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Originally published in 1973 and now completely updated and expanded, this textbook provides a detailed introduction to the machinery set up within the Council of Europe for the protection of the rights of the individual and discusses the cases brought before it. The book considers the impact which the European Convention on Human Rights has had on the lives of those within the twenty six Member States of the Council of Europe by selecting and discussing those parts of its large and complex case law which give some insight into the development of European human rights. This latest edition retains the author's clear and straightforward style thus providing a valuable and accessible guide for students and practitioners.