Charter--and hence the Security Council--to be the world's singular legitimator
of the use of force, Professor Dinstein states the Charter, which he describes as an "international world constitution," stabilizes the "fragile limes protecting the international community against forces of chaos and barbarism.
Because TNT's westerns invariably take place within a specific historical period, history serves as a central legitimator
and attraction for viewers investing their viewing time to the programs.
T]he Court, through its history, has acted as the legitimator
of the government.
Despite these questions about the status of Hartley's critique, it does illuminate the dependence of official discourse on the figure of the child as the legitimator
of intervention into television broadcasting.