2 edition of Tory philosophy of law found in the catalog.
Tory philosophy of law
Paul Bede Johnson
"... based on a speech given... at a meeting of the Society of Conservative Lawyers held on 21st May 1979" - title page verso.
|Series||CPC -- 631-713-643|
|Contributions||Conservative Political Centre., Society of Conservative Lawyers.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
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