The Law in Political Integration: The Evolution and Integrative Implications of Regional Legal Processes in the European Community [NOOK Book]

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Stuart Scheingold's classic political/legal study of how the early years of formation of the European Union relied on consensus and legal processes -- but not an analogy to federalization as in U.S. Constitutional law -- to evolve integration and respect for higher authority than national law. Rather he found the truer path to political integration through regional decision-making, and in a concept of "law" that is more flexible and openly political than constitutional scholars would concede. The study remains an...
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The Law in Political Integration: The Evolution and Integrative Implications of Regional Legal Processes in the European Community

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Overview

Stuart Scheingold's classic political/legal study of how the early years of formation of the European Union relied on consensus and legal processes -- but not an analogy to federalization as in U.S. Constitutional law -- to evolve integration and respect for higher authority than national law. Rather he found the truer path to political integration through regional decision-making, and in a concept of "law" that is more flexible and openly political than constitutional scholars would concede. The study remains an important glimpse of the processes and institutions of law and politics that lead to greater political unity. Law and lawyers were involved in these early steps in European integration, as shown by political activity and research more than by the customary analysis of doctrine.

Part of the Classics of Law & Society Series of Quid Pro Books, this book is recognized as a fundamental contribution to the developing conceptualization of the E.U. through law and politics. It was originally published in the Occasional Papers Series of the Harvard University Center for International Affairs. It is introduced and explained in its 2011 edition by E.U. expert Jörg Fedtke, a law professor at Tulane University. More recent studies confirm this line of inquiry, writes Fedtke, and “show just how topical the core ideas of THE LAW IN POLITICAL INTEGRATION remain today.”

Quality digital edition includes linked notes and active Contents, legible tables from the print edition, and the proper ebook formatting.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013584853
  • Publisher: Quid Pro, LLC
  • Publication date: 5/14/2011
  • Series: Classics of Law & Society, #0
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 819 KB

Meet the Author

Stuart Scheingold taught generations of students in political science at the University of Washington. He authored the landmark book 'The Politics of Rights,' as well as the recognized study of criminal process and political manipulations of crime rates as 'The Politics of Law and Order.' He is recognized as an influential scholar on topics as diverse as street crime, legal rights, EU integration, cause lawyering, and the political novel.
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