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Published by Penguin UK .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Human rights,
  • Law for the lay person,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • General

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages608
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9303964M
ISBN 100140172645
ISBN 109780140172645

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Personal Freedom and Police Powers --Public Meetings --Freedom of Expression --Theatre, Cinema, Radio, and Television --The Printed Word and Advertising --Obscenity and Defamation --Contempt of Court and Contempt or Parliament --Freedom of Religion --Freedom and Security --Freedom to Work --Protection against Private Power --Freedom of Movement and Racial Discrimination. Individual freedom is coming under more complicated and sophisticated threats, which only the law can combat. This book analyzes all the human-rights issues of the moment, such as media invasions of privacy, miscarriages of justice, the Runciman Royal Commission and euthanasia.   Leoni,Bruno - Freedom and the Law (PDF) Introduction It seems to be the destiny of individual freedom at the present time to be defended mainly by economists rather than by lawyers or political scientists. This chapter examines the concept freedom, the state, and the individual in English law during the Tudor period. During this time, villeinage had already disappeared and English men had begun to think about freedom expansively as including freedom from arbitrary governmental restraint. However, there were confusions about the wordings of the Magna Carta and chapter 29 was sometimes not taken Author: Sir John Baker.