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The rule of law as the grundnorm of the new constitutionalism

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The rule of law as the grundnorm of the new constitutionalism. / May, Christopher.

New constitutionalism and world order. ed. / Stephen Gill; A. Claire Cutler. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2014. p. 63-75.

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May, C 2014, The rule of law as the grundnorm of the new constitutionalism. in S Gill & AC Cutler (eds), New constitutionalism and world order. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 63-75.

APA

May, C. (2014). The rule of law as the grundnorm of the new constitutionalism. In S. Gill, & A. C. Cutler (Eds.), New constitutionalism and world order (pp. 63-75). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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May C. The rule of law as the grundnorm of the new constitutionalism. In Gill S, Cutler AC, editors, New constitutionalism and world order. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2014. p. 63-75

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May, Christopher. / The rule of law as the grundnorm of the new constitutionalism. New constitutionalism and world order. editor / Stephen Gill ; A. Claire Cutler. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2014. pp. 63-75

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