Boston, MA: Brill (2014)

Nick C. Sagos
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
Liberal democracies deal poorly with states of emergency because they underestimate the corrosive effect of arbitrary coercion on established liberal democratic values. Far from protecting the rights of citizens, arbitrary emergency measures undermine citizens’ rights
Keywords Democracy, Emergency, Arbitrary Coercion, Liberalism, Republicanism
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