Elgar Monographs in Constitutional and Administrative Law series
Chapter 6: Conclusion
The argumentative strategy of this book is different from that of the leading advocates of political constitutionalism. The main purpose of the concluding chapter is to locate the position of the author in the sceptical camp by contrasting the argument of the book with three other forms of court-scepticism.
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