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The Great Ming Code

Da Ming lü

Translated by Jiang Yonglin. Introduction by Jiang Yonglin

Imperial China's dynastic legal codes provide a wealth of information for historians, social scientists, and scholars of comparative law and of literary, cultural, and legal history. One of the most important law codes in Chinese history, the Ming Code regulated all the perceived major aspects of social affairs, aiming at the harmony of political, economic, military, familial, ritual, international, and legal relations in the empire and cosmic relations in the universe. Providing us with rich materials on Ming history, it is a fundamental source for understanding Chinese society and culture.

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Law in Japan

A Turning Point

by Daniel H. Foote

This volume explores major developments in Japanese law over the latter half of the twentieth century and looks ahead to the future. Features the work of seventeen of Japan's leading legal experts and seventeen foreign experts on most of the major fields of Japanese law, with special attention to the increasingly important areas of environmental law, health law, intellectual property, and insolvency.

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True crimes in eighteenth-century China

twenty case histories

Robert E. Hegel

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