By Josh Chafetz
Legislative privilege is a vital part of the connection among a consultant physique and the opposite contributors in executive, together with the folk. In recounting and interpreting the notable tale of the way parliamentary executive emerged and developed in Britain and the way it crossed the Atlantic, Chafetz illuminates various vital constitutional concerns, together with the separation of powers, the character of illustration, and the variation among written and unwritten constitutionalism. This e-book will motivate in readers a miles better appreciation for the increase and triumph of democracy.
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Democracy's Privileged Few: Legislative Privilege and Democratic Norms in the British and American Constitutions by Josh Chafetz