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Foundations of Public Law

Foundations of Public Law
  • Author: Martin Loughlin
  • Publisher: OUP Oxford
  • ISBN: 0199669465
  • Page: 528
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This book develops Martin Loughlin's distinctive and provocative theory of public law, first outlined in The Idea of Public Law.

This book develops Martin Loughlin's distinctive and provocative theory of public law, first outlined in The Idea of Public Law. Tracing the historical evolution of the concept of public law, the book rethinks the foundational concepts of state, constitution, and government, arguing that public power is created, not controlled, by law.


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