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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Nationalism, Racism and the Rule of Law

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ISBN13: 9781855215542
ISBN: 1855215543
Published: September 1996
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This work, part of the series ""Socio-Legal Studies"", explores the connections between nationalism, racism and the rule of law. The ways in which nation informs law, the New Europe, and first or imperial nations are three dimensions of this concern.

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Contents:
Part 1 Locating law / locating nation: nationalism as racism, Peter Fitzpatrick; law in place, Eve Darian-Smith; racist authorization, interpretive law and the changing character of the refugee, Patricia Tuitt; challenging the national dream, Audrey Kobayashi.
Part 2 The new Europe - east and west: law and the constitution of the ""immigrant"" in Europe, Abdul Paliwala; paradoxes of European citizenship, Roel de Lange; oppression in the new Latvia, Bill Bowring; Czech society in the 1989-93 period, Jiri Priban.
Part 3 first nations / imperial nations: some reflections upon Victorian jurisprudence, Maria Drakopoulou; the construction of a secular identity for Islam, Michael King; New Zealand, J.Kelsey; race and nation in South African common law, Martin Chanock.