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26 pages; Clean and tight in original printed wrappers. An offprint from the University of Toronto Law Journal, Volume II, Number 2. J. Forrester Davison was a student of Felix Frankfurter and coauthor of his administrative law casebook (1932). Davison was at the core of the developments in Progressive/ New Deal administrative law at Harvard along with Frankfurter, Bruce Wyman, Roscoe Pound, Landis and Thomas Reed Powell. In this essay, Davison examines the status of advisory opinions in Canada, The U.S. and Australia with particular attention to matters touching on the National Recovery Act, National Labor Relations Act and the legislation attendent to the Canadian "New Deal." ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings.
Title: The Constitutionality and Utility of Advisory Opinions
Publisher: Toronto, University of Toronto: 1938
Book Condition: Very Good
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Seller ID: 37123
Keywords: Constitutional Law Advisory Opinions Comparative Constitutional Law Judicial Interpretation National versus regional powers Supreme Court Review New Deal Legislation