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From the Publisher'This book...is contribution to the burgeoning debate about emergency powers in post-9/11 liberal democracies...The book presents a rich and complex argument that proceeds at a number of levels...the book will be of interest to political philosophers and historians of political thought as well as to legal scholars."
--Jeremy Rayner, University of Regina, Canadian Journal of Political Science
"...With The Constitution of Law, Dyzenhaus joins the ranks of the "middle ground" scholars who claim a strong and vibrant role for the judiciary that is legitimate...Readers can and should engage, at many levels, with complexity of his thought in this important book."
--Jamie Cameron, Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence [Vol. XXI, No. 2, July 2008]