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Law, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Terrorism

In democratic states, the courts can help safeguard civil liberties against excessive legislative and executive efforts to combat terrorism


Political Identity and Tragic Compromise

New analysis of a fundamental concept in politics and law, by a pair of influential and respected scholars

Communities and Law

Politics and Cultures of Legal Identities

Offers an alternative approach to liberalism and to communitarianism, with an empirical focus on Israel

Blueprints for a House Divided

The Constitutional Logic of the Yugoslav Conflicts

Argues that international diplomatic activities to resolve the Yugoslav conflicts have been misconceived

Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance

Essays in Honor and Memory of Yitzhak Rabin

How to prevent the enemies of democracy from using its freedoms to attack its existence

Constitutional Judiciary in a New Democracy

The Hungarian Constitutional Court

Describes the decisions of the most innovative of the new constitutional courts in post Soviet Central Europe

Thoughts from a Bridge

A Retrospective of Writings on New Europe and American Federalism

Explores a variety of issues surrounding integration in Europe

Comparative Law and Economics

The book links the study of comparative law with the study of law and economics

Creating Constitutionalism?

The Politics of Legal Expertise and Administrative Law in England and Wales

Considers the role of the legal system in the way political disputes are handled in twentieth-century Britain

Trying to Make Law Matter

Legal Reform and Labor Law in the Soviet Union

Provides unique insight into the possibility of creating the rule of law in Russia

For Whose Protection?

Reproductive Hazards and Exclusionary Policies in the United States and Britain

Probes the complex issues that underlie policies regarding women's reproduction and the workplace