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From old times to new Europe : the Polish struggle for democracy and constitutionalism.

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From old times to new Europe : the Polish struggle for democracy and constitutionalism. / Fijalkowski, Agata.

Aldershot : Ashgate, 2010. 234 p.

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title = "From old times to new Europe : the Polish struggle for democracy and constitutionalism.",
abstract = "In From Old Times to New Europe: the Polish Struggle for Democracy and Constitutionalism, Polish constitutional and legal developments and their legal philosophical contexts starting with the pre-war period in 1918 are considered. Using Polish and Russian archival materials, the monograph examines the post-totalitarian legal framework in today's Europe, arguing that the study of totalitarianism, and post-totalitarianism, continues to be as significant as ever.",
keywords = "comparative constitutionalism, European human rights, and legal transition",
author = "Agata Fijalkowski",
year = "2010",
language = "English",
isbn = "9780754673385",
publisher = "Ashgate",

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KW - European human rights

KW - and legal transition

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PB - Ashgate

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