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Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
, p. 5-6
From the Editor
), p. 7-8
The Rule of Law and the Fundamental Role of Lawyers
), p. 9-13
The Short History of the Rule of Law in the United States (1954-2016)
), p. 14-28
The “Rule of Law” and the “Rechtsstaat”: A Historical and Theoretical Approach from a German Perspective
), p. 29-47
Procedural Justice as a Rule of Law and Expression of Respect for Human Dignity
), p. 48-67
Aggressive Judicial Review, Political Ideology, and the Rule of Law
Segall E. J.
), p. 68-77
Separation of Powers, Checks and Balances, and the Limits of Popular Sovereignty: Rethinking the Polish Experience
), p. 78-91
Constitution, Judicial Review, and the Rule of Law in the Jurisprudence of Administrative Courts in Poland
), p. 92-106
The System of Justice: European Safeguards
), p. 107-116
The Rule of Law in Turkey: Some Procedural Aspects in Criminal Cases
), p. 117-130
How Federalism Can Promote a National Commitment to the Rule of Law
Schapiro R. A.
), p. 131-147
Is State Preemption Weakening the Authoritarian Resilience of Local Government in the United States?
Juergensmeyer J. C.
Prater A. F.
), p. 148-165
Is There a Room for Local and Regional Self-Government in the Illiberal Democracy? Struggle over Recentralization Attempts in Poland
), p. 166-179