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Title Constitutional dialogue : rights, democracy, institutions / edited by Geoffrey Sigalet, Grégoire Webber, Rosalind Dixon.

Published Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2019.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource ( xiii, 471 pages).
Series Cambridge studies in constitutional law ; 21
Cambridge studies in constitutional law.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction: The 'What' and 'Why' of Constitutional Dialogue Geoffrey Sigalet, Gregoire Webber and Rosalind Dixon; Part I. Dialogue And Democracy: 2. Dialogue and its Myths Alison Young; 3. Departmentalism and Dialogue Jacob T. Levy; 4. On Dialogue and Domination Geoffrey Sigalet; Part II. Dialogue And Institutions: 5. Past, Present, and Justice in the Exercise of Judicial Responsibility Gregoire Webber; 6. Dialogue and Deference Rosalind Dixon; 7. Dialogue, Finality, and Legality Jeff King; Part III. Dialogue And Rights: 8. Canada's Notwithstanding Clause, Dialogue, and Constitutional Identities Dwight Newman; 9. Intra-Parliamentary Dialogues in New Zealand and the UK Janet L. Hiebert and James B. Kelly; 10. Dialogue in Canada and the Dangers of Simplified Comparative Law and Populism Kent Roach; 11. Bills of Rights with Strings Attached: Protecting the Past from Judicial Review Rivka Weill; Part IV. Case Studies Of Dialogue: 12. Prisoners' Voting and Judges' Powers John Finnis; 13. 'All's Well That Ends Well?' Same-Sex Marriage and Constitutional Dialogue Stephen Macedo; 14. A Feature, Not a Bug: A Co-Ordinate Moment in Canadian Constitutionalism Dennis Baker; Part V. International And Transnational Dialogues: 15. Dialogue and its Discontents Frederick Schauer; 16. Constitutional Conversations in Britain (and Europe) Richard Ekins.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Cambridge Available via World Wide Web.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on May 02, 2019).
Other author Sigalet, Geoffrey, 1987- editor.
Webber, Grégoire C. N. (Grégoire Charles N.), editor.
Dixon, Rosalind, editor.
Cambridge University Press.
Subject Constitutional law.
Constitutional law -- Philosophy.
Civil rights.
Local series Cambridge Books Online
ISBN 9781108281201 electronic book
1108281206 electronic book
9781108277938 electronic book
1108277934 electronic book
9781108417587 hardcover
1108417582 hardcover

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