The British system of government and its historical development / Christopher Edward Taucar.
Description: 304 pages ; 23 cm
Publisher: Montreal & Kingston ; McGill-Queen's University Press, 2014.
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- ISBN: 0773544291
- ISBN: 9780773544291
- ISBN: 0773544283
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|Bibliography, etc.:||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Contents:||Introduction -- Part 1. The basis of government, diffentiation within government, and the common law courts. Overview, Pre-Conquest, and the Conquest of 1066 -- Constitutional Settlements: Differentiation within Government, Magna Carta, and the Common Law Courts -- Part 2. Parliament. Parliament's Development through the Reformation and Its Relation to Courts -- The Great Rebellion and Revolution of 1688 -- Parliamentary Sovereignty (and Its Doubters) -- Part 3. The executive, and further public law developments -- The Executive and Parliament's Relation to It -- Public Law in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Table of Kings and Queens.|
|Summary:||Provides a detailed history of the British system's development from state power being exercised by centralized royal courts to its present-day distinct legislative, judicial, and executive bodies with diverse powers.--Provided by publisher|
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Citation: Taucar, Christopher Edward. "The British system of government and its historical development." Montreal & Kingston ; McGill-Queen's University Press, 2014.