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Public Law within Government: Sustaining the…
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Public Law within Government: Sustaining the Art of the Possible

by Rattenbury

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0230553028, Hardcover)

This book casts a spotlight on a vital but poorly understood feature of the political process: the functioning within government of the public law rules that define and constrain it. Drawing on rich source material--one local authority's involvement in the epic central/local confrontation over local government spending in 1980s England--the book develops a multifaceted, timeless and widely applicable analysis of public law within government as a process of "sustaining the art of the possible."

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Drawing on rich source material - one local authority's involvement in the epic central/local confrontation over local government spending in 1980s England - this book develops a multifaceted and widely applicable analysis of public law within government as a process of 'sustaining the art of the possible'.… (more)

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