An exceptional law : Section 98 and the emergency state, 1919-1936 /
"During periods of intense conflict, either at home or abroad, governments enact emergency powers in order to exercise greater control over the society that they govern. The expectation though is that once the conflict is over, these emergency powers will be lifted. An Exceptional Law showcases...
|Main Author:||Molinaro, Dennis G.,|
|Corporate Author:||Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History,|
University of Toronto Press,
Canadian social history series.
Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History series.
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