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the cultural and spiritual values of the nation, absorbs the best of world culture, combats feudal and bourgeois ideologies and the influences of imperialist and colonia- list culture; criticizes petty-bourgeois ideology; builds a socialist way of life, and combats backward life-styles and

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to be formed as a process of knowledge which is led by the professor but to a large extent carried out by the students independently. This will be achieved primarily through a curriculum which is theoretically demand- ing, bound up with life, and which motivates the student to commit- ment, and which

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Serge L. Levitsky

to the attention of individual citizens or officials, of organi- zations, institutions, enterprises or cooperatives, that in the course of hear- ing a specific case, it had uncovered irregularities or violations of the law or norms of socialist community life in their activities. In the chastnoe

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F.J.M. Feldbrugge

are singled out by Soviet law as representative for and basic to a way of life considered incompatible with Soviet standards. Soviet law uses a variety of terms to indicate such behavior: "clan society crimes" (rodovye prestupleniia); "traditional * An earlier version of this article was published in

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Alan Dershowitz, Herwig Roggemann, Telford Taylor, Klaus Sieveking, Klaus Westen, Peter B. Maggs, August Stern, Melvin Stein, Mikhail Stern, Leon Lipson, Rudolf Benninger, Hildegard Davis-Ferid, Herwig Roggemann, Klaus Westen, George Fletcher, Ivo Lapenna, Richard Szawlowski, Robert Guttman, Herwig Roggemann and Marco Carynnyk

GDR; its international legitimacy (vdlkerrechtliche Rechtsmdssigkeit); justice as the basic norm for law and life; state and law are instruments of social progress; the administration of justice is an affair of the whole people; there is a system of guaranteed civil rights and duties. An important

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Anders Fogelklou

improve their working and living conditions.' ° This sceptical standpoint could be confronted with the notion of "demo- cratization" which for a long time has been a recurrent theme in Soviet _ political and legal theory and which has been written into the 1977 Constitu- tion (art.9)." ... . Although one

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George Ginsburgs

clause visaing deprivation of citizenship as an extraor- dinary measure in respect to a person living abroad if the latter has com- mitted acts causing substantial injury to the state interests or state secu- rity of the USSR. 20 How much real safety this formula will provide is hard to tell, since the

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Ger P. van den Berg

cultural life." Politically motivated discrimination is not mentioned in this article and, in this respect, it does not add anything to the anti-discriminatory provisions of labor 256 law. Of course, a court could include political convictions under the "other circumstances" mentioned in Article 34 of

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Albert R. Kiralfy

also hint that some young people are discontented with the material restrictions of life in the USSR, such as lack of con- sumer goods and other means of personal gratification, . and compare conditions unfavourably with supposed better living standards in other countries.9 Young people escaped the

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Nhan Dan

build a society with a modem industrial-agricultural economy, advanced culture, science and technology, a strong defense potential, and a civilized happy life. The economic policies of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam are aimed at progressively satisfying increasing material and cultural needs of the