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Under the leadership of Professor Andrew Strauss of our faculty, fifteen prominent academics and officials from around the world gathered at Widener University School of Law to consider whether democracy can be applied to overcome the difficult challenges of 21 st century global governance. Envisioning a More Democratic Global System, produced by Paul Martinetz, offers a first hand view of influential international figures thinking creatively about how new ideas for democratizing global governance can be strategically implemented.
The papers from the Global Democracy Symposium have been recently published in a special symposium edition of the Widener Law Review.If you are interested in receiving a copy of the symposium issue, or a DVD of the documentary, please contact Law Review secretary Debbe Patrick at email@example.com . The Widener Law Review is proud to have sponsored this formative international event, and we hope you enjoy the documentary.
Topics include: Modern Rights Theory and 19th-Century Social Thought, Henry Maine and Historical Jurisprudence, Marx: State and Law in Capitalist Society, and Weber: Modern Law and Formal Rationalization. Thanks to Kirsty Gover for the link.