POLICE POWER: PUBLIC POLICY AND CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
Item #: 11132
Pages: xcii, 918 pp.
Published: Chicago; Callaghan & Co.; 1904. Reprinted in 1981.
Series: HISTORICAL WRITINGS IN LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE, FIRST SERIES
Subjects: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
The term police power, as employed by the author, is thepower of promoting the public welfare by restraining andregulating the use of liberty and property.Bibliographic Reference: Book Review, 17 HARVARD LAW REVIEW593 (1904)
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