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Challenges To Authority And The Recognition Of Rights

From Magna Carta To Modernity

Challenges To Authority And The Recognition Of Rights - Macmillan, Catharine (EDT)/ Smith, Charlotte - ISBN: 9781108429238
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Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
Genre: Recht
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Beschrijving

A unique volume demonstrating how law changes by reason of challenges to authority which seek the recognition of rights.

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Titel: Challenges To Authority And The Recognition Of Rights
auteur: Macmillan, Catharine (EDT)/ Smith, Charlotte
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 356
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
NUR: Recht
Afmetingen: 228 x 152
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781108429238
Intern nummer: 40987541

Inhoudsopgave

Introduction Catharine MacMillan; Part I. Magna Carta, Challenges to Authority and the Recognition of Rights in England: 1. Magna Carta: the emergence of the myth John Baker; 2. Benefit of clergy and the authority of Magna Carta Margaret McGlynn; 3. How to get rid of a king: lawyering the Revolution of 1399 David Seipp; 4. Magna Carta and the fragmented authorities of the later Middle Ages Anthony Musson; 5. Revolution principles and the revolution bench Mike Macnair; Part II. Broader Challenges to Authority and the Recognition of Rights in England: 6. Magna Carta Clauses 4 and 5 and the problem of account Joshua Getzler; 7. Some effects of war on the law in late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century England James Oldham; 8. Tax, freedom and social expectations: fiscal impact on the built environment in nineteenth-century England Chantal Stebbings; Part III. Magna Carta, Challenges to Authority and the Recognition (and Rejection) of Rights beyond England: 9. The Magna Carta in the German discourse about English constitutional law between the eighteenth and the early twentieth century Andreas Thier; 10. A Magna Carta for the world? The constitutional protection of foreign subjects in the age of revolution Daniel Hulsebosch; 11. 'The state of slavery': the slave, grace, and the rise of pro-slavery constitutionalism in the nineteenth-century Atlantic world Patricia Hagler Minter; 12. The Royal Proclamation of 1763: an indigenous Magna Carta's rough ride in British Columbia Hamar Foster; 13. 'Law: challenges to authority and the recognition of rights': examples from British India Raymond Cocks; 14. 'Unfortunate necessities of warfare?': Australia's national security regulations and the right to free speech during World War I Diane Kirkby.

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