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387p paperback, excellent condition, a little bent at corners, from a Cambridge college library, internally near fine
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"Very modern - takes a different approach than usual law text books - takes on issues not just topics", Karen Hulme, University of Essex "Excellent book. Erudite, topical, stimulating", Steven Greer, University of Bristol "Up to date, lively, provocative", Richard Rawlings, LSEReseña del editor:
Professors Jowell and Oliver have brought together an impressive list of contributors in this substantially revised new edition to provide a comprehensive analysis of all the latest developments in constitutional reform since 1997. The book is organized in four sections, moving from a review of traditional constitutional principles through to analysis of the most recent developments and their impact on the individual. The book concludes with a look to constitutional reform in the future. Each chapter begins with a summary, highlighting the key issues involved. The chapters themselves are concise, providing a clear and accessible guide to current constitutional structures and principles in the context of European Union and Human Rights law. Revised chapters include: Human Rights and the British Constitution; Freedom of Information: The Constitutional Impact; Electoral Systems and Party Funding; and The Sovereignty of Parliament. New chapters include: Britain in the EU, Devolution, and The Reform of the United Kingdom Parliament. This book will be an invaluable source of material and analysis, ideal for first and second year undergraduates studying public law and politics.
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Descripción Oxford Univ Pr, 2002. Paperback. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M0198765738