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Constitutional Ethos persuasively demonstrates the relevance of the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution's Preamble to constitutional interpretation. Tsesis skillfully uses history, doctrine, and philosophical analysis to demonstrate the relevance of principle to the resolution of contemporary legal issues from healthcare, to campaign financing, and public accommodation law.
Bringing a postcolonial perspective to UK constitutional debates and including comparative engagement with the constitutions of Britain's ex-colonies, this book offers a reflection upon the relationship between the written and the unwritten constitution. It is useful for students of the philosophy of law, political theory and jurisprudence.
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Bruno Latour is one of the leading sociologists in the world today. The author was give unparalleled access to this closed and hugely important institution of the French state, the Conseil d'Etat, and was able to carry out an in-depth study of how it works.