Reforming Justice in Russia, 1864-1994: Power, Culture, and the Limits of Legal Order


Measuring Russian legal reform in relation to the rule-of-law ideal, this study also examines the legal institutions, culture and reform goals that have actually prevailed in Russia. Judgements about future prospects are measured, adding new dimensions to our understanding of the Soviet legacy.

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