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The first edition of this celebrated work appeared in 1885; and such was its vogue until ten or fifteen years ago that there is scarcely anyone over thirty-five years of age who studied law, politics or constitutional history at a university or professional law school in England and the British Dominions who was not "brought up" on Dicey. "Dicey on the Constitution" was regarded for generations not merely as a perfect, accurate and comprehensive statement of the principles of the British system of government; but also as a reliable explanation of its superior virtues and liberties. The book attained an ascendancy over other treatises which amounted almost to a monopoly.
William A. Robson,
DICEY'S LAW OF THE CONSTITUTION: A REVIEW,
Mich. L. Rev.
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