The Resource Ruling Communist parties and their status under law, edited by Dietrich André Loeber, editor in chief ; Donald D. Barry, Ferdinand J.M. Feldbrugge, George Ginsburgs, Peter B. Maggs

Ruling Communist parties and their status under law, edited by Dietrich André Loeber, editor in chief ; Donald D. Barry, Ferdinand J.M. Feldbrugge, George Ginsburgs, Peter B. Maggs

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Ruling Communist parties and their status under law
Title
Ruling Communist parties and their status under law
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edited by Dietrich André Loeber, editor in chief ; Donald D. Barry, Ferdinand J.M. Feldbrugge, George Ginsburgs, Peter B. Maggs
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
KJC510
LC item number
.L39 no. 31
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • legislation
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1933-
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  • Loeber, Dietrich André
  • Barry, Donald D.
  • Feldbrugge, F. J. M.
  • Ginsburgs, George
  • Maggs, Peter B.
Series statement
  • Law in Eastern Europe
  • HeinOnline law in Eastern Europe
Series volume
no. 31
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  • Communist parties
  • Communist parties
Target audience
specialized
Label
Ruling Communist parties and their status under law, edited by Dietrich André Loeber, editor in chief ; Donald D. Barry, Ferdinand J.M. Feldbrugge, George Ginsburgs, Peter B. Maggs
Instantiates
Publication
Distribution
Note
(c)2015 William S. Hein & Co., Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The dissemination of decisions within the party
  • Sergei Zamashchikov
  • The development of legal relations between the Communist Party of Latvia and the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
  • Egil Levits
  • Party members and the courts: exploitation of privilege
  • Louise Shelley
  • The use of criminal law by the CPSU in the struggle for the reinforcement of its power and in the inner-Party struggle
  • Yuri I. Luryi
  • The Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Procuracy on the eve of the revolution from above
  • Hiroshi Oda
  • Foreword
  • The CPSU and the juridical person
  • Olimpiad S. Ioffe
  • The status of the CPSU under Soviet civil law and of its members under Soviet criminal law and procedure
  • Christopher Osakwe
  • Party membership and labor law and the legal position of workers in Party organizations
  • Ger P. van den Berg
  • Guidance by the Communist Party of state administrative agencies in the USSR
  • Gordon B. Smith
  • The beginning of Communist Party financial exactions from the Soviet state
  • Robert H. McNeal
  • Dietrich A. Loeber
  • The Bulgarian Communist Party under the law
  • Ivan Sipkov -- The Party of Labor of Albania and the law: historical and political background
  • Robert Schwanke
  • The Party of Labor of Albania and the law: statutory and legislative provisions
  • Peter B. Maggs
  • The Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED): center of the GDR's ruling order
  • Wolfgang Seiffert
  • The Rumanian Communist Party in the Rumanian legal system
  • Günther H. Tontsch
  • The status of the Communist Party in the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic
  • The status of law under Communist Party rule
  • Lothar Schultz
  • The legal status of the Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party
  • Georg Brunner
  • The position of the Polish United Workers' Party in the legal system of the People's Republic of Poland
  • Teresa Pusylewitsch
  • Controversies over the "leading role" of the Polish United Workers' Party: the 1976 constitutional amendment
  • Stanislaw Pomorski
  • The League of Communists of Yugoslavia and the law
  • Peter B. Maggs
  • The League of Communists of Yugoslavia in the law
  • Ferdinand J.M. Feldbrugge
  • Christine Höcker-Weyand
  • The Cuban Communist Party
  • Igor I. Kavass
  • Membership in the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party: the statutory setting
  • George Ginsburgs
  • The Korean Workers' Party and the state
  • Chong-Sik Lee
  • The Vietnamese Communist Party and its status under law
  • Oskar Weggel
  • The legal status of the Chinese Communist Party
  • The power structure and the capacity for change in communist one-party states: theory of state and constitutional law
  • Robert Heuser
  • The communist party in state constitutions
  • William B. Simons
  • The statutes of the Soviet and Chinese communist parties: a comparison
  • Robert H. McNeal
  • The communist parties under international law
  • Henn-Jüri Uibopuu
  • The status of communist parties under law: uniformity and diversity
  • John N. Hazard
  • Abolition of political sections in the armed forces: demand of the Kronshtadt Garrison during the Kronshtadt Uprising in 1921
  • Boris Meissner
  • Bringing party members to criminal responsibility before state courts: secret decree of the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks) of 1925
  • Nomenklatura lists of a provincial party committee in the Soviet Union, in effect in 1929
  • Financial audit of party organizations: instruction of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) of 1934
  • Transfer of real property to the Communist Party of Latvia: edict of the Supreme Soviet of the Latvian SSR of 1940
  • On the political organs of the USSR Ministry of Sea Transport: decree of the CPSU of 1957
  • Granting new rights to party organs at the republic level: decree of the CPSU of 1957
  • Marshal Zhukov accused of policy to abolish party guidance of Soviet armed forces: resolution of the CPSU of 1957
  • Establishing political organs within the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs: decision of the CPSU Politburo of 1983
  • Agreement on cooperation between the new Jewel Movement of Grenada and the CPSU of 1982
  • Agreement between a commission of the Polish government and the Interfactory Strike Committee in Gdansk of 1980
  • The 'spravochnik partiinogo rabotnika' as a source of Party law
  • Basic laws applicable to all countries embarking on a socialist course: declaration of 12 ruling communist parties, adopted in Moscow in 1957
  • Donald D. Barry
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxi, 550 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations.
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Ruling Communist parties and their status under law, edited by Dietrich André Loeber, editor in chief ; Donald D. Barry, Ferdinand J.M. Feldbrugge, George Ginsburgs, Peter B. Maggs
Publication
Distribution
Note
(c)2015 William S. Hein & Co., Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The dissemination of decisions within the party
  • Sergei Zamashchikov
  • The development of legal relations between the Communist Party of Latvia and the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
  • Egil Levits
  • Party members and the courts: exploitation of privilege
  • Louise Shelley
  • The use of criminal law by the CPSU in the struggle for the reinforcement of its power and in the inner-Party struggle
  • Yuri I. Luryi
  • The Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Procuracy on the eve of the revolution from above
  • Hiroshi Oda
  • Foreword
  • The CPSU and the juridical person
  • Olimpiad S. Ioffe
  • The status of the CPSU under Soviet civil law and of its members under Soviet criminal law and procedure
  • Christopher Osakwe
  • Party membership and labor law and the legal position of workers in Party organizations
  • Ger P. van den Berg
  • Guidance by the Communist Party of state administrative agencies in the USSR
  • Gordon B. Smith
  • The beginning of Communist Party financial exactions from the Soviet state
  • Robert H. McNeal
  • Dietrich A. Loeber
  • The Bulgarian Communist Party under the law
  • Ivan Sipkov -- The Party of Labor of Albania and the law: historical and political background
  • Robert Schwanke
  • The Party of Labor of Albania and the law: statutory and legislative provisions
  • Peter B. Maggs
  • The Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED): center of the GDR's ruling order
  • Wolfgang Seiffert
  • The Rumanian Communist Party in the Rumanian legal system
  • Günther H. Tontsch
  • The status of the Communist Party in the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic
  • The status of law under Communist Party rule
  • Lothar Schultz
  • The legal status of the Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party
  • Georg Brunner
  • The position of the Polish United Workers' Party in the legal system of the People's Republic of Poland
  • Teresa Pusylewitsch
  • Controversies over the "leading role" of the Polish United Workers' Party: the 1976 constitutional amendment
  • Stanislaw Pomorski
  • The League of Communists of Yugoslavia and the law
  • Peter B. Maggs
  • The League of Communists of Yugoslavia in the law
  • Ferdinand J.M. Feldbrugge
  • Christine Höcker-Weyand
  • The Cuban Communist Party
  • Igor I. Kavass
  • Membership in the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party: the statutory setting
  • George Ginsburgs
  • The Korean Workers' Party and the state
  • Chong-Sik Lee
  • The Vietnamese Communist Party and its status under law
  • Oskar Weggel
  • The legal status of the Chinese Communist Party
  • The power structure and the capacity for change in communist one-party states: theory of state and constitutional law
  • Robert Heuser
  • The communist party in state constitutions
  • William B. Simons
  • The statutes of the Soviet and Chinese communist parties: a comparison
  • Robert H. McNeal
  • The communist parties under international law
  • Henn-Jüri Uibopuu
  • The status of communist parties under law: uniformity and diversity
  • John N. Hazard
  • Abolition of political sections in the armed forces: demand of the Kronshtadt Garrison during the Kronshtadt Uprising in 1921
  • Boris Meissner
  • Bringing party members to criminal responsibility before state courts: secret decree of the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks) of 1925
  • Nomenklatura lists of a provincial party committee in the Soviet Union, in effect in 1929
  • Financial audit of party organizations: instruction of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) of 1934
  • Transfer of real property to the Communist Party of Latvia: edict of the Supreme Soviet of the Latvian SSR of 1940
  • On the political organs of the USSR Ministry of Sea Transport: decree of the CPSU of 1957
  • Granting new rights to party organs at the republic level: decree of the CPSU of 1957
  • Marshal Zhukov accused of policy to abolish party guidance of Soviet armed forces: resolution of the CPSU of 1957
  • Establishing political organs within the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs: decision of the CPSU Politburo of 1983
  • Agreement on cooperation between the new Jewel Movement of Grenada and the CPSU of 1982
  • Agreement between a commission of the Polish government and the Interfactory Strike Committee in Gdansk of 1980
  • The 'spravochnik partiinogo rabotnika' as a source of Party law
  • Basic laws applicable to all countries embarking on a socialist course: declaration of 12 ruling communist parties, adopted in Moscow in 1957
  • Donald D. Barry
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxi, 550 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations.
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote

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