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Emergency Politics:
Paradox, Law, Democracy
Bonnie Honig

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ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"By redescribing 'emergency moments' as typical of political life generally, this book makes a compelling case for the adequacy of democratic politics--when conceived in a rich, agonistic fashion--to meet and make moments both ordinary and extraordinary."--Danielle S. Allen, Institute for Advanced Study

"This is an exciting book. Its fresh and bold approach to such long-studied questions of politics as founding, membership, legitimation, rights, liberation, cosmopolitanism, exception, discretion, and law invites a fundamental shift in perspective that substantially advances political science."--Jill Frank, University of South Carolina

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