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The struggle for civil liberties : political freedom and the rule of law in Britain 1914-1945

Author: Keith David Ewing; Conor Anthony Gearty
Publisher: Oxford Oxford Univ. Press 2004
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : ReprintedView all editions and formats
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This work by the authors of "Freedom under Thatcher: Civil Liberties in the UK" is designed to be used by students of law as a main text in courses on civil liberties or as a companion to other texts  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Keith David Ewing; Conor Anthony Gearty
ISBN: 0198762518 9780198762515
OCLC Number: 838495711
Notes: Bibliography
Includes index
Originally published: Oxford: Clarendon, 2000
Description: XVII, 451 Seiten 24 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction ; 2. First World War ; 3. The Communist Party of Great Britain ; 4. The General Strike and its Aftermath ; 5. Civil Liberties in the 1930s ; 6. The Rise and Fall of Fascism
Responsibility: K.D. Ewing and C.A. Gearty

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By providing the theoretical framework, and a fascinating way to evaluate the issue of the protection of civil liberties in Britain, Ewing and Gearty give the reader a context, a question to ponder Read more...

 
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