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The Law, Coercion and Terror

  • Christopher Tremewan
Part of the St Antony’s Series book series (STANTS)

Abstract

The ordering of society is most effectively achieved by consent. However, when consent is not forthcoming or the ordering process requires the rapid breakdown of existing social relations, then various degrees of coercion become necessary.

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Judicial Review Home Affair Capitalist Class Privy Council Judicial Discretion 
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© Christopher Tremewan 1996

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  • Christopher Tremewan

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