What Should Legal Analysis Become?

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Unger shows how a changed practice of legal analysis can reshape the dominant institutions of representative democracy, market economy and free civil society.
Keywords Law Interpretation and construction  Law Methodology  Law Philosophy
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Call number K290.U54 1996
ISBN(s) 1859841007   9781859841006
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