With Church establishment largely locked in the geopolitics of the late 17th century, this study examines the case for change. How should the constitution respond to an ever more pluralized society; what are the implications for the religious character of the monarchy? This book helps readers consider such questions and reach their own judgments.
R.M. MORRIS is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the Constitution Unit at University College London, UK. When a civil servant in the Home Office, he was Private Secretary to Home Secretaries and head of several departments, including the one that dealt with the Home Secretary's former constitutional responsibilities.