Constitutional dictatorship : crisis government in the modern democracies / by Clinton L. Rossiter.

Princeton : Princeton University Press, 1948.

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Other Title Crisis government in the modern democracies.
Subjects Ausnahmezustand.
Pouvoirs exceptionnels.
War and emergency powers.
Description ix, 322 pages ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1948.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This text examines the experiences with emergency government of four large modern democracies--the United States, Great Britain, France, and the German Republic of 1919-1933--to see what unusual powers and procedures these constitutional states employed in their various periods of national trial. The author concludes that there are occasions when constitutional dictatorship has served as an indispensable factor in maintaining constitutional democracy.
Contents Constitutional dictatorship in the German Republic -- Crisis government in the French Republic -- Crisis government in Great Britain -- Crisis government in the United States.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1439735
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WorldCat Identities Rossiter, Clinton, 1917-1970.
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