Power and the pandemic: civil liberties in the age of coronavirus

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 2 (2020)

Power and the pandemic: civil liberties in the age of coronavirus
Alexandra Runswick, pages -

Abstract

Faced with crises, governments take emergency powers. While the suspension of normality is often necessary, the radical change in the relationship between citizens and the state poses dangers to civil liberties. Without consideration and accountability, temporary powers can have long-term, permanent effects.

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Alexandra Runswick (2020) Power and the pandemic: civil liberties in the age of coronavirus, Renewal, 28(2), -

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