5 Legal Powers
Legal powers are formally constituted rules with the means of enforcement and penalties for breaches, from local to global institutions.
the nature of law and how it is analysed in this book
aspects of the legal system: how laws are made and enforced
hierarchies of law and relationships between legal domains, from local to global
how the law adapts to change while remaining acceptable and protective
The next chapter analyses political authority and its relationship to the population.