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Weak Courts, Strong Rights:Judicial Review and Social Welfare Rights in Comparative Constitutional Law

Author(s): TUSHNET, Mark;
ISBN: 978-0-691-14320-0;
Publisher: : Princeton University Press, New Jersey , 2009;
Call number: 347.73 TUS;
Type: Book
Available At: Main Library -> stacks
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347.73 TUS
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0820 $a347.73 TUS
100 $aTUSHNET, Mark
245 $aWeak Courts, Strong Rights$bJudicial Review and Social Welfare Rights in Comparative Constitutional Law
260 $bPrinceton University Press,$aNew Jersey$c2009
653 $aJudicial review

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