• Publications
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Human Dignity as a Legal Value: Part II
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Englishmen and Jews: Social Relations and Political Culture, 1840-1914.
Book synopsis: This book presents an important new perspective on Jews in England - and English attitudes towards them - during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. This was a period ofExpand
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MIGRANTS, IMMIGRANTS AND WELFARE FROM THE OLD POOR LAW TO THE WELFARE STATE
  • D. Feldman
  • Sociology
  • Transactions of the Royal Historical Society
  • 1 December 2003
Abstract Under the Old Poor Law internal migrants moved from one jurisdiction to another when they crossed parochial boundaries. Following the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834 central government tookExpand
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Toward a Nonelitist Conception of Giftedness.
I shall call her Jenny. She sat in the middle of the fourth row. I noticed that she seemed to be reading instead of listening to me. In fact, she was so preoc cupied that her pale blue eyes did notExpand
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Metropolis London : histories and representations since 1800
Book synopsis: First published in 1989, this book seeks to demonstrate the social and political images of late-twentieth century London — the post-big-bang city, docklands, trade union defeats, aExpand
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The Human Rights Act 1998 and constitutional principles
The article assesses the interaction between the United Kingdom's traditional constitutional principles and the innovative Human Rights Act 1998, which introduces a range of substantive,Expand
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Democracy, the Rule of Law and Judicial Review
Justifying judicial review of legislatures and executives in western democracies has become a controversial business. Those aspects of rule of law theory which appear to justify judicial review areExpand
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