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An Exceptional Law: Section 98 and the Emergency State, 1919

an exceptional law section 98 and the emergency state 19191936

For those interested in political rights and the extent the public allows governments to determine what is and is not acceptable in the political sphere, An Exceptional Law is an excellent read. Molinaro argues that the institutionalization of emergency law became intricately tied to constructing a national identity. If you would like a chance to post yourself, let us know and we'll gladly add you to the list. Like other recent Osgoode Society publications, especially , An Exceptional Law provides a deeply-researched historical account of a current much-debated question — where is the line between freedom and security to be drawn in a liberal democracy? During periods of intense conflict, either at home or abroad, governments enact emergency powers in order to exercise greater control over the society that they govern. Following a mass deportation campaign in the 1930s, Section 98 was repealed in 1936 and contributed to the formation of Canada's first civil rights movement.

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An Exceptional Law : Section 98 and the Emergency State, 1919

an exceptional law section 98 and the emergency state 19191936

I highly recommend this book. Building on the theoretical framework of Agamben, Molinaro advances our understanding of security as ideology and reveals the intricate and codependent relationship between state-formation, the construction of liberal society, and exclusionary practices. An Exceptional Law showcases how the emergency law used to repress labour activism during the First World War became normalized with the creation of Section 98 of the Criminal Code, following the Winnipeg General Strike. Portions of it were used during the October Crisis and recently in the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2015. The expectation though is that once the conflict is over, these emergency powers will be lifted.

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Canadian Legal History: 2017 Osgoode Society optional book: An Exceptional Law: Section 98 and the Emergency State, 1919

an exceptional law section 98 and the emergency state 19191936

As they said in Battlestar Galactica: All this has happened before and will happen again. As they said in Battlestar Galactica: All this has happened before and will happen again. Molinaro argues that the institutionalization of emergency law became intricately tied to constructing a national identity. You are about to donate to the Champlain Society. He teaches at Trent University. Donations to the Champlain Society are fully tax-deductible and receipts will be mailed out in the new year.

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An Exceptional Law : Section 98 and the Emergency State, 1919

an exceptional law section 98 and the emergency state 19191936

He teaches at Trent University. This book is an indispensable addition to our understanding of freedom and repression in twentieth-century Canada. He is currently completing a second book on Canada's role in the Five Eyes intelligence alliance and it's covert Cold War wiretapping programs. An Exceptional Law showcases how the emergency law used to repress labour activism during the First World War became normalized with the creation of Section 98 of the Criminal Code, following the Winnipeg General Strike. Portions of it were used during the October Crisis and recently in the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2015.

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An Exceptional Law : Dennis G. Molinaro : 9781442629578

an exceptional law section 98 and the emergency state 19191936

Following a mass deportation campaign in the 1930s, Section 98 was repealed in 1936 and contributed to the formation of Canada's first civil rights movement. Molinaro argues that the institutionalization of emergency law became intricately tied to constructing a national identity. Building on the theoretical framework of Agamben, Molinaro advances our understanding of security as ideology and reveals the intricate and codependent relationship between state-formation, the construction of liberal society, and exclusionary practices. Molinaro argues that the institutionalization of emergency law became intricately tied to constructing a national identity. Portions of it were used during the October Crisis and recently in the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2015. Following a mass deportation campaign in the 1930s, Section 98 was repealed in 1936 and contributed to the formation of Canada's first civil rights movement.

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An Exceptional Law: Section 98 and the Emergency State, 1919

an exceptional law section 98 and the emergency state 19191936

As they said in Battlestar Galactica: All this has happened before and will happen again. . An Exceptional Law : Section 98 and the Emergency State, 1919-1936. Section 98 of the Criminal Code of Canada, Revised Statutes of Canada, 1927, ch. The expectation though is that once the conflict is over, these emergency powers will be lifted.

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Holdings : An exceptional law :

an exceptional law section 98 and the emergency state 19191936

We hope the blog will prove a useful place for the wonderful community of legal historians we have in Canada. The expectation though is that once the conflict is over, these emergency powers will be lifted. Dennis Molinaro currently teaches history at Trent University. An Exceptional Law showcases how the emergency law used to repress labour activism during the First World War became normalized with the creation of Section 98 of the Criminal Code, following the Winnipeg General Strike. Molinaro holds a PhD from the University of Toronto and his research focuses on the historical use of emergency powers and their effect on society.

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An exceptional law : Section 98 and the emergency state, 1919

an exceptional law section 98 and the emergency state 19191936

Portions of it were used during the October Crisis and recently in the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2015. Author: Dennis G Molinaro Publisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2017. The E-mail message field is required. An Exceptional Law showcases how the emergency law used to repress labour activism during the First World War became normalized with the creation of Section 98 of the Criminal Code, following the Winnipeg General Strike. Introduction: The exception -- For the protection of people and the state -- Defining suspects -- The trial -- Citizens of the world -- Outlaws -- Judgment -- Conclusion: Towards a real state of exception -- Appendix 1: Excerpt from the 1910 Immigration Act -- Appendix 2: Section 98 of the Criminal Code of Canada, revised statutes of Canada, ch.

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Holdings : An exceptional law :

an exceptional law section 98 and the emergency state 19191936

He has also previously taught the History of Modern Espionage at the University of Toronto. Molinaro holds a PhD from the University of Toronto and his research focuses on the historical use of emergency powers and their effect on society. Building on the theoretical framework of Agamben, Molinaro advances our understanding of security as ideology and reveals the intricate and codependent relationship between state-formation, the construction of liberal society, and exclusionary practices. Building on the theoretical framework of Agamben, Molinaro advances our understanding of security as ideology and reveals the intricate and codependent relationship between state-formation, the construction of liberal society, and exclusionary practices. My copy is marked-up where I noted parallels to current immigration and anti-terror laws. On behalf of the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, we welcome you to the Canadian Legal History Blog.

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