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A Little Discussion of the Heritability of Law

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At the beginning of the 1950s, a fervent discussion developed in legal circles on whether law was or was not heritable; some said it was, some said it was not, and everybody put forward his own views. In this. some erroneous views could hardly be avoided, such as that the law went beyond classes or the idea that some laws of the exploiting classes did not only reflect the will of the suppressing classes but also the will of the suppressed classes. But on the whole, the atmosphere of the discussion was healthy and its thinking lively.


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