STATE IN CONSTITUTIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
Item #: 66282
Pages: 78 pp.
Published: OE; Macmillan; Reprinted in 2008.
Subjects: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, INTERNATIONAL LAW, POLITICAL SCIENCE
Crane observes "a veritable chaos" in sources defining theconcept of the state in constitutional and internationallaw. This is the problem he addresses. After subjectingdefinitions of the state to a rigorous analysis, heconcludes that "the state, as a constitutional concept, iscomposed of elements different from those which make up theconcept of the state in international law" (10). The rest ofthe book explores the significance of this distinction andits utility for political theory.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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