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Judicial Power and the Charter: Canada and the Paradox of Liberal Constitutionalis

This book examines the paradox at the heart of the relationship between judicial power and liberal constitutionalism in Canada, the use of judicial power to review and nullify or modify policies enacted by democratically accountable decision-makers. In this new edition, Manfredi refines his original argument and brings the content completely up to date.

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