1 edition of U.S. law in an era of democratization found in the catalog.
U.S. law in an era of democratization
by American Association for the Comparative Study of Law in Berkeley, Calif
Written in English
American papers from the 13th International Congress of Comparative Law, of the International Academy of Comparative Law.
|Statement||editors, John N. Hazard, Wenceslas J. Wagner.|
|Series||American journal of comparative law -- Vol.38 (supplement)|
|Contributions||Hazard, John N., Wagner, Wenceslas J., International Academy of Comparative Law., International Congress of Comparative Law, (13th : 1990 : Montreal)|
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