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      Bringing order to protest law

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            10.13169
            socialistlawyer
            Socialist Lawyer
            Pluto Journals
            09543635
            20555369
            February 2011
            : 57
            : 38
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            socialistlawyer.57.0038
            10.13169/socialistlawyer.57.0038
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            Copyright 2011 Haldane Society of Socialist Lawyers

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            The Law of Public Order and Protest by HHJ Peter Thornton QC, Ruth Brander, Richard Thomas, David Rhodes, Mike Schwarz and Edward Rees QC OUP, 2010, 528 pages, 978-0-19-956614-3, hardback, £100

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