Eight Historical Constitutional Forms: Defining the Rule of the Present Day ‘Recognised Helm’

@inproceedings{McConalogue2020EightHC,
  title={Eight Historical Constitutional Forms: Defining the Rule of the Present Day ‘Recognised Helm’},
  author={Jim McConalogue},
  year={2020}
}
In order to understand how the multiple meanings of parliamentary sovereignty have been made historically operable, it is imperative to consider eight historical constitutional forms: (1) ‘What the Crown-with-magnates enacts is law’ (1200–1350); (2) ‘What the Crown-with-Commons enacts is law’ (1350–1532); (3) ‘What the Crown-through-Parliament enacts is law’ (1533–1602); (4) ‘What the Crown-with-disputed Parliament enacts is law’ (1603–1687); (5) ‘What the Crown-in-regulating Parliament enacts… Expand

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