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Giacinto della Cananea
European Constitutionalism And National Identities: The Need For A Debate
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One of the most widely debated books on European Union law to
appear in the last years has been the Principles of European Constitutional
Law, first published in English in 2006 and which has now been
published in a revised and widened edition. Since many books have been
published on the public law of the EU, especially after 2000, three basic
features of this book ought to be pointed out: whether it can be properly
categorized as a textbook, the overall meaning of the project carried out
under the leadership of Armin von Bogdandy, and the influence of
German public law doctrines.

One of the most widely debated books on European Union law to appear in the last years has been the Principles of European Constitutional Law, first published in English in 2006 and which has now been published in a revised and widened edition. Since many books have been published on the public law of the EU, especially after 2000, three basic features of this book ought to be pointed out: whether it can be properly categorized as a textbook, the overall meaning of the project carried out under the leadership of Armin von Bogdandy, and the influence of German public law doctrines.

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