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At the outset, assertion takes the place of argument, and there is no evidence of development of key ideas or a hint of critical reflection. Nevertheless, it has been said that Dicey ‘explained both the law and the ideas that shaped it in the language of politics’. 8 This should not be taken to mean that he produced a political analysis of the development of nineteenth-century law. Instead of a systematic approach to political evidence, Dicey gives us the view of a political actor who has at his disposal considerable interpretative skills in relation to the law, but just one blunt ideological instrument to interpret complex social and political developments.
Hake and W. J. Morgan (eds) Adult Education, Public Information and Ideology: British-Dutch perspectives on theory, history and practice, Department of Adult Education, University of Nottingham, 1989, pp. 76–89. M. Oakeshott, ‘Political education’, an Inaugural Lecture published in M. Oakeshott, Rationalism in Politics and Other Essays, Methuen, London, 1962, pp. 113 and 128. G. H. Hardy, Bertrand Russell and Trinity: A college controversy of the last war, printed for the author at the University Press, Cambridge, 1942, p.
Individual rights in relation to the state and in contract continued to be privileged. Producer groups gained some rights, but many of these extended freedoms to bargain outwith the purview of the state. The collectivist polity, contrary to superficial expectation, did not create a significant body of law that instantiated collective rights. The two interesting exceptions from this time are still in force. They are the Sex Discrimination Act of 1975 and the Race Relations Act of 1976.
Law and Opinion in Twentieth Century Britain and Ireland by W. John Morgan, Stephen Livingstone