- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- Part I Inchoate Constitutionalism in the Late Roman Republic
- 1 “Not Some Piece of Legislation”
- 2 Infinite Power? Emergencies and Extraordinary Powers in Constitutional Argument
- 3 “The Sole Bulwark of Liberty”
- Part II A Hierarchy of Laws: Roman Constitutional Theory
- 4 Cicero and the Legitimacy of Political Authority
- 5 Greek vs. Roman Constitutional Thought
- 6 The Roman Republic as a Constitutional Order from the Principate to the Renaissance
- 7 Neo-Roman Interlude
- 8 Jean Bodin and the Fall of the Roman Republic
- General Index
- Index Locorum
- Crisis and Constitutionalism
- Oxford University Press
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