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Introduction to the Study of the Law of the Constitution By A. V. Dicey

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Title: Introduction to the Study of the Law of the Constitution
Author: A. V. Dicey
Pages: 689
Subject: CSS Constitutional Law
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THIS BOOK IS RECOMMENDED BY FPSC FOR OPTIONAL SUBJECT CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

This books show, with the details and the working of the who led constitution of England than any contemporary authority. Since I first endeavored to lay down the few general principles which in my judgment lie at the basis of our constitution, I have, whilst engaged in that attempt, always enjoyed his sympathy and encouragement, and , especially in the later editions of my work, I have received from him corrections and suggestions given by one who had explored not only the principles but also all the minute rules of our constitutional law and practice . To my friend Professor A. Beriberi Keith I am under obligations of a somewhat different kind. He has become already, by the publication of his Responsible Government in the Dominions, an acknowledged authority on all matte rs connected with the relation between England and her Colonies. I have enjoyed the great advantage of his having read over the parts of my Introduction which re fer to our Colonial Empire . His knowledge of and experience in Colonial affairs has certainly saved me from many errors into which I might otherwise have fallen. It has been my go od fortune to receive in the composition of this Introduction as in the writing of every book which I have published, unto ld aid from suggestions made to me by a large number both of English and of foreign friends. To all these helpers I return my most since re thanks. It is at once a duty and a pleasure to mention my special obligation to two friends , who can both b e numbered as high authorities among write rs, who have investigated the constitution of England from different points of view. To the friendship of the late Sir William An son I owe a debt the amount of which it is impossible to exaggerate To my friend Professor A. Beriberi Keith I am under obligations of a somewhat different kind. He has become already, by the publication of his Responsible Government in the Dominions, an acknowledged authority on all matte rs connected with the relation between England and her Colonies. I have enjoyed the great advantage of his having read over the parts of my Introduction which re fer to our Colonial Empire . His knowledge of and experience in Colonial affairs has certainly saved me from many errors into which I might otherwise have fallen. It has been my go od fortune to receive in the composition of this Introduction as in the writing of every book which I have published, unto ld aid from suggestions made to me by a large number both of English and of foreign friends. To all these helpers I return my most since re thanks. It is at once a duty and a pleasure to mention my special obligation to two friends , who can both b e numbered as high authorities among write rs, who have investigated the constitution of England from different points of view. To the friendship of the late Sir William An son I owe a debt the amount of which it is impossible to exaggerate

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