Jan-Werner Müller, Professor of Politics, Princeton University, author of Contesting Democracy: Political Ideas in Twentieth-Century Europe

“This is an excellent volume which deserves a wide readership, beyond specialists in Hungarian or European law and politics. Its theoretical chapters are important contributions to discussions about transitions to and, especially, away from constitutionalism. The careful legal analyses in the latter part of the book show how what at first glance may look like a fine liberal-democratic constitution in fact contains deeply illiberal elements and potentially disables democracy. Given that many enemies of liberal democracy nowadays are eager to present themselves as good liberals or flawless democrats, such analyses are particularly valuable.”
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Editor: 
Gábor Attila Tóth
ISBN: 
978-615-5225-18-5
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$75.00 /€70.00 / £65.00