Comparative concepts of law and order. Edited by Jon N. Sutherland [and] Michael S. Werthman.

; Werthman, Michael S., compiler
Glenview, Ill., Scott, Foresman [1971] .

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Other Authors Werthman, Michael S.,
Subjects Criminal justice, Administration of.
Law enforcement.
Series Scott, Foresman topics in comparative history series.
Description 113 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The origins of law / Walter Ullmann -- The natural and civil state of man / Benedict de Spinoza -- The purpose of law / Thomas Aquinas -- Natural law and human law / Baron de Montesquieu -- The social contract (on Rousseau) / R.R. Palmer -- The law-centered society / Fritz Kern -- The quality of modern law enforcement / George Berkley -- Folk custom as law / Muang Htin Aung -- The severity of imperial Chinese law / Derk Bodde and Clarence Morris -- The terror of Nazi law / Franz Neumann -- Reform in declining Rome / A.H.M. Jones -- Reform in emerging urban America / Blake McKelvey -- Striving for rational law enforcement / A.L. Poole -- Hammurabi codifies the ancient laws / R. Campbell Thompson -- Law and revolution / Hannah Arendt -- Law and order in an occupied country / C.R.S. Harris -- Law and order for whom? / Eldridge Cleaver -- Provocation of the beat cop / L.H. Whittemore -- Impediments to equitable law enforcement / John J. Fried and Ron de Paolo -- Law and order equitably applied / The New York Times -- The crimeless society (Chinese Communist law lectures) / Jerome Alan Cohen -- Law and order with justice / Violence Commission Report.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)212890
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WorldCat Identities Sutherland, Jon N.,
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