Gaps, 'abeyances' and political temperament in the maintenance of government
First published in 1989, Michael’s Foley’s book deals with the ‘abeyances’ present in both written and unwritten constitutions, arguing that these gaps in the explicitness of a constitution, and the various ways they are preserved, provide the means by which constitutional conflict is continually...
Published November 19th 2012 by Routledge
Modern American Government and the Appeal of Newtonian Mechanics
First published in 1990, Laws, Men and Machines is an original interpretation of the lasting influence that Newtonian mechanics has had on the design and operation of the American political system. The author argues that it is this mechanistic tradition that now instinctively shapes the way we...
Published June 7th 2012 by Routledge