The Representative Republic

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The Representative Republic

By Ferdinand A. Hermens
University of Notre Dame Press, 1958
578 pp. $7.50

Starting with a vigorous "protest against the fallacy that constitutional government is necessarily weak," Professor Hermens proceeds to give both an examination of theoretical concepts and an analysis of "constitutionalism in the concrete," in Britain, Western Europe and the United States. A serious contribution.

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