Law and Terror in the Age of Colonial Constitution Making

Diogenes 53 (4):18-33 (2006)
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Abstract

In this exploration of the close relationship between terror and law, I have several aims. First, I want to demonstrate that the relationship between terror and law is not a question of relating violence just to law, but to the very process of constitution making.

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