Public Law and Political Theory

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Clarendon Press, 1992 - History - 292 pages
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The study of public law in the United Kingdom has been hampered for many years by an inadequate appreciation among scholars and students of the importance of understanding the different political theories which underpin different models of public law. This short and highly readable work offers students a straightforward introduction to the relationship between public law and political theory and helps them to comprehend the rich literature on both subjects.

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Martin Loughlin is at University of Manchester.

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