The British Constitution in the Twentieth Century (British Academy Centenary Monographs)
By: Vernon Bogdanor (editor)Paperback
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This is the first scholarly survey of the British constitution in the twentieth century. Indeed, it fills a very real gap in the history of Britain during the last hundred years. The book is a product of interdisciplinary collaboration by a distinguished group of constitutional lawyers, historians and political scientists, and draws where possible on primary sources. Its evaluation of the recent constitutional reforms will be of particular interest. This major interpretation of the constitution will remain authoritative for many years.
1. Introduction ; 2. The Constitution: Its Theory and Interpretation ; 3. The Monarchy ; 4. Cabinet Government ; 5. The House of Commons ; 6. The House of Lords ; 7. The Civil Service ; 8. Ministerial Responsibility ; 9. Government and the Judiciary ; 10. Administrative Law ; 11. Civil Liberties ; 12. The Electoral System ; 13. The Demise of Local Government ; 14. The Police ; 15. The United Kingdom as a Territorial State ; 16. Britain, Commonwealth and the End of Empire ; 17. Britain and Europe ; 18. Conclusion
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