This book is the fifty-first volume of Current Legal Problems and contains the now customary selection of high-quality essays by a group of outstanding scholars. This volume gathers together a particularly valuable and broad-ranging set of contributions which makes for a stimulating study of legal theory at the end of the millenniumthe extent to which protest movements and other forms of civic resistance are switching their targets from political to economic institutions. And there is the strange alliance between civic protest movements and the mass media, speaking up inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Current Legal Problems 1998|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press on Demand - 2000-01-13|