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The Paradox of Constitutionalism

Constituent Power and Constitutional Form

Edited by Martin Loughlin and Neil Walker

  • Promotes the subject of constitutional theory as a distinct mode of inquiry, developing a neglected subject that is rapidly growing in importance
  • Draws together the expertise of scholars from a range of jurisdictions and disciplinary backgrounds
  • Examines the practices of constitutionalism and the issue of constituent power in a variety of sites beyond the nation state, including the United Nations, the European Union and sub-state territories
  • An exhaustive bibliography gives extensive reading list of literature in a range of European languages on constitutionalism
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