Honor Brabazon (ed): Neoliberal Legality: Understanding the Role of Law in the Neoliberal Project

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Nanopoulos, E. Honor Brabazon (ed): Neoliberal Legality: Understanding the Role of Law in the Neoliberal Project. Fem Leg Stud 28, 217–223 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10691-019-09412-3

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