In this fourth edition of his acclaimed work, Professor Zander guides the reader systematically through each argument for and against a Bill of Rights. The book provides a straightforward introduction to the constitutional, human rights and administrative issues at stake. The book now has greater relevance since the passing of the Human Rights Act 1998.
* An ideal introductory guide of unsurpassed clarity
* Each argument for and against a Bill of Rights is discussed in a separate section
* Written by a leading authority on the subject
The history of the Bill of Rights debate. The arguments for a Bill of Rights considered. The arguments against a Bill of Rights considered. If a Bill of Rights, what kind and what machinery? Conclusion.