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Publication Date: 1990
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Grossfeld, Bernhard, Weir, Tony
This book is a unique and stylish reflection on the true value of comparative legal research. Arguing that the presumption of similarity that underlies much comparative legal research is dangerous and faulty, Grossfeld draws examples from the German and American legal systems to discuss legislation, private and public international law, domestic law, culture and law, geography and law, language and law, and religion and law.Grossfeld, Bernhard is the author of 'Strength and Weakness of Comparative Law', published 1990 under ISBN 9780198252566 and ISBN 0198252560.
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