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The Cambridge Constitutional History of the United Kingdom, Volume 1: Exploring the Constitution (eBook)

Edited by: Peter Cane, Harshan Kumarasingham

ISBN13: 9781009277747
Published: August 2023
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
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Featuring contributions from leading scholars of history, law and politics, this path-breaking two-volume work traces the development of the United Kingdom's constitution from Anglo-Saxon times and explores its role in the creation, exercise and control of public power. Chapters in Volume One, entitled 'Exploring the Constitution', approach the constitution and its history from various scholarly perspectives, and provide historically sensitive discussions of constitutional actors and institutions, and of political traditions and transformations of the constitution. Together, the two volumes form the first, wide-ranging history of the constitution to be published for decades. By their cross-disciplinary approach, taking account of the latest legal, political and historical scholarship on the constitution, they fill a large gap in the literature of the constitution, and in political thought and British history.

Subjects:
Constitutional and Administrative Law, Legal History, eBooks
Contents:
Part I. Perspectives:
1. The historical constitution
H. Kumarasingham
2. Law and the constitution
Peter Cane
3. Political constitutionalism
Richard Bellamy
4. The economic constitution
Tony Prosser
5. Religion and the constitution to 1688
Pippa Catterall
6. Religion and the constitution since the glorious revolution
Pippa Catterall
7. The social democratic constitution
K. D. Ewing
8. The constitution of rights
Peter Cane
9. The people and the constitution
Vernon Bogdanor
10. Constitutional theory and thought
Jeffrey Goldsworthy

Part II. Actors and institutions:
11. Monarchy
Edward Cavanagh
12. Legislatures
Mike Gordon
13. The executive and the administration
Janet McLean
14. Judiciaries
Joshua Getzler
15. Coercive institutions
Brice Dickson
16. Locality, regionality, and centrality
Luke Blaxill
17. Political parties
Robert Crowcroft

PART III. Politics:
18. Conservatism
Asanga Welikala
19. Liberalism
Emily Jones
20. Socialism
Stephen Sedley
21. Unionism
James Mitchell and Alan Convery
22. Nationalism
Michael Keating