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Communists and their law; a search for the common core of the legal systems of the Marxian socialist states [by] John N. Hazard.

; Columbia University. Research Institute on Communist Affairs
Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1969] .
ISBN , 0226321894, 9780226321899

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Other Authors Columbia University. Research Institute on Communist Affairs.
Subjects Chine. Droit et législation.
Constitutional law.
Droit et socialisme.
Law and socialism.
Pologne. Droit et législation.
Sovjet Unie.
Tchécoslovaquie. Droit et législation.
URSS. Droit et législation.
Yougoslavie. Droit et législation.
Description xvi, 560 pages map 23 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes "This volume is one in a series of studies of the Research Institute of Communist Affairs of Columbia University."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 533-539) and index.
Contents The guidelines -- Leadership for the elite -- Mass participation in a State form -- Flexibility versus stability -- Simplicity and popularity as ideals -- The erosion of principles -- Landowners and land utilization -- Property in the production enterprise -- The property incentive -- Inheritance as an anachronistic stimulant -- Incentive to imaginative creation -- Law to strengthen the family -- Contract law for nonmarket economies -- A law for state planning -- Torts within a social insurance framework -- Correction of criminals in a renovating society -- Types of crime in the absence of capitalism -- The African sibling -- The common core.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)69578
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WorldCat Identities Hazard, John N. 1909-1995.
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