Rule of Law question
wrose at albion.edu
Sun Jan 14 13:55:45 PST 2007
Tamanaha's book is excellent. In addition, although they're a bit dated, you might take a look at Allan Hutchinson and Patrick Monahan, eds., The Rule of Law: Ideal or Ideology (1987) and Ian Shapiro's NOMOS volume (1995), The Rule of Law. Also, you might take a look at E.P. Thompson's discussion at the end of Whigs and Hunters.
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>>> "Sanford Levinson" <SLevinson at law.utexas.edu> 01/14/07 4:20 PM >>>
The best such discussion is in Brian Tamahana's book The Rule of Law (Cambridge U. Press).
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I'm looking for good critical discussions of the "rule of law," whether from the
CLS literature or successor approaches, as well as discussions from outside the
legal academy. For that matter, I'm interested in what listmembers think are
the best or most useful discussions, whether or not those discussions adopt a
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