Without the Law, 24 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 421 (1986)
This is a work of history - mostly, as I shall argue, very good history. But make no mistake about it, Harry Arthurs's purpose in writing this book is not in the least antiquarian, but present minded and polemical. He is out to slay a dragon. The dragon is 'Legal Centralism', otherwise known, in the classic formulation of A.V. Dicey, as the Rule of Law.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Gordon, Robert W., "Without the Law II" (1986). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 1364.