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Law and Democracy

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ISBN13: 9780754622147
ISBN: 0754622142
Published: March 2004
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: £205.00

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This collection represents the body of captivating literature that is engaged not only with current developments in law and politics but also with the rediscovery of traditional theories. It offers a way into an engaging and important debate that bears of the most fundamental issues within both legal and political theory.

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General: Mortimer Sellers (1997-98) Republicanism, Liberalism and the Law; K.D. Ewing (2000) The Politics of the British Constitution; Frank Michelman (1996) Democracy and Positive Liberty; Jeremy Waldron (1996) Legislation, Authority, and Voting. Liberal Legalism: Ronald Dworkin (1996) The Moral Reading; Robin West (1990) Taking Freedom Seriously. Republicanism: Cass R. Sunstein (1988) Beyond the Republican Revival; Kathryn Adams (1998) Law's Republicanism; Philip Pettit (2000) Republican Liberty and its Constitutional Significance. Deliberative Democracy: J rgen Habermas (1996) Paradigms of Law; Michel Rosenfeld (1995) Law as Discourse: Bridging the Gap between Democracy and Rights; Tom Campbell (1998) Legal Positivism and Deliberative Democracy. Democratic Formalism: Antonin Scalia (1989) The Rule of Law as a Law of Rules; Cass R. Sunstein (1997) Justice Scalia's Democratic Formalism; Jeffrey Goldsworthy (1997) Originalism in Constitutional Interpretation. Judicial Review: Samuel Freeman (1990-1991) Constitutional Democracy and the Legitimacy of Judicial Review; Jeremy Waldron (1994) Freeman's Defense of Judicial Review; John D. Whyte (1990) On Not Standing for Notwithstanding; Peter H. Russell (1991) Standing Up for Notwithstanding.