2 edition of Soviet state law found in the catalog.
Soviet state law
Andrei Ivanovich Denisov
|Statement||by A. Denisov and M. Kirichenko.|
|Contributions||Kirichenko, M G.|
W. B. Yeats
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Data processing for climatological purposes
Lives in disguise
The duty & property of a religious housholder [sic] opened
Transportation in the public interest
Censorship and cultural sensibility
Genre/Form: Book: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Denisov, Andreĭ Ivanovich, Soviet state law. Moscow: Foreign Languages Pub. House, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Soviet state and law.
Moscow, Progress Publishers  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Law of the Soviet Union - Wikipedia. State Political Directorate (1 C, 4 P) Pages in category "Law enforcement agencies of the Soviet Union" The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 slovak Socialist Republic: State Security (StB).
The committee's deputy chairman, Samuel Zivs, a law professor, refused to discuss the book and asserted that the Soviet government is against any form of nationalism and anti-Semitism.
The remaining pages analyze various aspects of present‐day Soviet criminal law, with emphasis on its collectivist ideology and its attempt to involve the entire population in the enforcement. William E. Butler, in a book published in the early s, traces how the Soviet Union’s approach to the law of the sea evolved as it transitioned from a state “possessing an insignificant Author: Lynn Kuok.
BOOK REVIEWS Soviet Civil Law, Vol. By Vladimir Gsovski. Ann Arbor: Uni-versity of Michigan Press, Pp. $ Motives of a state are difficult to appraise without a knowledge of.
Gorbachev Sovie t patriotism was not just to the Soviet state as a territorial entity but also to some elements of the system, to the CPSU and to a version of socialism, albeit one that was.
Ilic, Melanie Soviet women workers and menstruation: A research note on labour protection in the s and s. Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 46, Issue. 8, p. Cited by: 4 Justice in Russia: An Interpretation of Soviet Law (i5o). 5 The Law of the Soviet State (Babb trans., ). 6 The list in Hazard and Weisberg's book is seven pages : Max Rheinstein.