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Constitutionalism and extraparliamentary action

Martin Durham

Constitutionalism and extraparliamentary action

socialism and the definition of politics 1910-20

by Martin Durham

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Published by University of Birmingham, Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Martin Durham, Bill Schwarz.
SeriesStencilled occasional papers. history series / University of Birmingham, Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies -- SP no.75, Stencilled occasional paper (University of Birmingham. Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies) -- SP no.75.
ContributionsSchwarz, Bill., University of Birmingham. Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies.
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Open LibraryOL14871781M

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POPULAR CONSTITUTIONALISM AS POLITICAL LAW. MARK TUSHNET* INTRODUCTION. This Article addresses some of the critical reviews of The People Themselves, focusing on how they respond to the proposition, which I be­ lieve to be correct and made in The People Themselves, that constitutional law is a distinctive or special kind of by: Thulani Maseko [email protected] Constitution-making in Swaziland: the cattle-byre Constitution Act of * Introduction. When I recently had occasion to address students of the University of Swaziland on the constitutional crisis that the country is facing and comparing it with Zimbabwe, debating whether or not Swaziland is not on the same deadly path to constitutional decay, this is.

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