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Counter Terrorist Law & the Emerging Powers in the UK 1922-2000: Emergency Law in the Northern Irish Context
Counter Terrorist Law & the Emerging Powers in the UK 1922-2000: Emergency Law in the Northern Irish Context Laura K. Donohue 0716526875 9780716526872 Beginning with the first Special Powers Act in 1922, passed to reduce v
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Counter Terrorist Law & the Emerging Powers in the UK 1922-2000: Emergency Law in the Northern Irish Context by Laura K. Donohue

Beginning with the first Special Powers Act in 1922, passed to reduce violence in Northern Ireland after it was calved off from Ireland, Donohue (government, Harvard U.) examines the repeated introduction and exercise of extraordinary powers to counter Northern Irish political violence on both sides of the Irish Sea. She argues that characteristics of the emergency legislation itself, and the historical and political context contributed to the permanent adoption of what were always meant as temporary emergency measures. Distributed in the US by ISBS. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR

Author: Laura K. Donohue

Language: English

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 256

Publisher: Irish Academic Press

Publication Date: 2000-12-01

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ISBN: 0716526875


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