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The state, the individual and rights
The National Legal Eagle
  • Kay Lauchland, Bond University
  • Bernard McCabe, Bond University
Abstract
Extract: This paper examines the tension between individuals and the state. We begin by considering the different situations in which the state might seek to legislate to limit the individual’s freedom of action. We then consider the different conceptions of the role of the state, and the role of individual rights.
Citation Information
Kay Lauchland and Bernard McCabe. "The state, the individual and rights" (2001)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kay_lauchland/9/