Dr Chakradhar Jha has very aptly explained the scope and effect of Judicial Review of Legislative Acts in this book. The book is scholarly and thorough and his exposition of the subject is marked by ability and an incisive analysis of the principles involved. It illustrates and explains the many ramifications of the problems of judicial review. The various facets of this question, historical, economic, moral, social and legal, have been discussed with satisfying completeness. Important decisions of the Courts of both India and abroad are analysed and their rationales logically elucidated. The book comprises of interesting views on the necessity for maintaining the process of judicial review and its creative function in a democracy, balanced against which are discussed the dangers inherent in this system. The wealth of information and learning in this book will make it a valuable addition to the shelf of the lawyer and the student of the processes of democracy.
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