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History Of France

Author : Jules Michelet
ISBN : MSU:31293105723518
Genre : France
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Lex Rex The Law And The Prince A Dispute For The Just Prerogative Of King And People Containing The Reasons And Causes Of The Defensive Wars Of The Kingdom Of Scotland And Of Their Expedition For The Ayd And Help Of Their Brethren Of England In Which A Full Answer Is Given To A Seditious Pamphlet Intituled Sacro Sancta Regum Majestas Penned By J Maxwell By S Rutherford Followed By De Jure Regni Apud Scotos A Dialogue Tr By R Macfarlan Repr From The Ed Of 1799

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Latin Knights

Author : Frank Trombetta
ISBN : 9781403369147
Genre : Fiction
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One of America's first great love stories of the twenty-first century Jake, a poor white boy from Appalachia, is a musical genius. When he arrives at Juilliard on a scholarship, the first person he meets is Jasmine, also a talented student, but enormously rich, cultivated, and the cherished daughter of a powerful Black family. Their love affair is strongly opposed by Jasmine's relatives and only half-heartedly accepted by Jake's. Growing in fame and prestige as both performer and composer, the innocent boy from the hills and the beautiful and sophisticated Jasmine of Newport and Central Park West struggle against hostility and outright violence in their attempt to find happiness together. Written in straightforward but lyrical prose that brings the music itself to life on page after page, the story unfolds in New York, Newport, Paris, the Berkshires, and Greenbrier County, West Virginia. Strengthened by a subplot involving Jasmine's lawyer brother and his actor-lover Lance, the novel sweeps the reader along with its rapid development and full cast of intriguing characters, all caught up in a web of complex relationships that defy the destructive power of bigotry and racism.
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Foundations Of Public Law

Author : Martin Loughlin
ISBN : 9780191648175
Genre : Law
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Foundations of Public Law offers an account of the formation of the discipline of public law with a view to identifying its essential character, explaining its particular modes of operation, and specifying its unique task. Building on the framework first outlined in The Idea of Public Law (OUP, 2003), the book conceives public law broadly as a type of law that comes into existence as a consequence of the secularization, rationalization and positivization of the medieval idea of fundamental law. Formed as a result of the changes that give birth to the modern state, public law establishes the authority and legitimacy of modern governmental ordering. Public law today is a universal phenomenon, but its origins are European. Part I of the book examines the conditions of its formation, showing how much the concept borrowed from the refined debates of medieval jurists. Part II then examines the nature of public law. Drawing on a line of juristic inquiry that developed from the late sixteenth to the early nineteenth centuries-extending from Bodin, Althusius, Lipsius, Grotius, Hobbes, Spinoza, Locke and Pufendorf to the later works of Montesquieu, Rousseau, Kant, Fichte, Smith and Hegel-it presents an account of public law as a special type of political reason. The remaining three Parts unpack the core elements of this concept: state, constitution, and government. By taking this broad approach to the subject, Professor Loughlin shows how, rather than being viewed as a limitation on power, law is better conceived as a means by which public power is generated. And by explaining the way that these core elements of state, constitution, and government were shaped respectively by the technological, bourgeois, and disciplinary revolutions of the sixteenth century through to the nineteenth century, he reveals a concept of public law of considerable ambiguity, complexity and resilience.
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The Political Works Of James I

Author : James I (King of England)
ISBN : 9781584772224
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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James I. The Political Works of James I. Reprinted from the Edition of 1616. With an Introduction by Charles Howard McIlwain. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1918. cxi, 354 pp. Reprinted 2002 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2001053981. ISBN 1-58477-222-0. Cloth. $125. * The Collected works of James I [1566-1625], the first Stuart King of England, with an extensive introduction and appendices. Includes the "Basilikon Doron," "The Trew Law of Free Monarchies," "An Apologie for the Oath of Allegiance," "A Premonition to all Christian Monarchies, Free Princes and States," "A Defence of the Right of Kings, against Cardinall Perron," and "Speech in the Star Chamber, 1616."
Category: Biography & Autobiography