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Lectures on the Relation Between Law and Public Opinion in England During the Nineteenth Century (eBook)

Edited by: Richard VandeWetering

ISBN13: 9781614871743
Published: December 2007
Publisher: Liberty Fund, Inc
Country of Publication: USA
Format: eBook (ePub)
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This volume brings together a series of lectures A. V. Dicey first gave at Harvard Law School on the influence of public opinion in England during the nineteenth century and its impact on legislation. It is an accessible attempt by an Edwardian liberal to make sense of recent British history.

In our time, it helps define what it means to be an individualist or liberal. Dicey's lectures were a reflection of the anxieties felt by turn-of-the-century Benthamite Liberals in the face of Socialist and New Liberal challenges.

Subjects:
Constitutional and Administrative Law, Legal History, eBooks
Contents:
Lecture I: Relation between Law and Public Opinion
Lecture II: Characteristics of Law-making Opinion in England
Lecture III: Democracy and Legislation
Lecture IV: The Three Main Currents of Public Opinion
Lecture V: The Period of Old Toryism or Legislative Quiescence
Lecture VI: The Period of Benthamism or Individualism
Lecture VII: The Growth of Collectivism
Lecture VIII: Period of Collectivism
Lecture IX: The Debt of Collectivism to Benthamism
Lecture X: Counter-Currents and Cross-Currents of Legislative Opinion
Lecture XI: Judicial Legislation
Lecture XII: Relation between Legislative Opinion and General Public Opinion
Index.