History of state and law of foreign countries

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This book is the second part of the textbook for law students, first published in the publishing house "Norma" in 1996. The first part is devoted to the history of the state and the rights of the ancient world and the Middle Ages. The second part of the tutorial includes a history of the state and law of modern and contemporary (XX c.) Time.

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Zhidkov OA, NA Krasheninnikov History of state and law of foreign countries. Part 2, 1999

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword
VI

Section I. The history of the state in modern times
Chapter 1. Britain
1

§ 1. The revolution of the XVII century. and changes in the political system of England
1

§ 2. Adoption of the constitutional monarchy, and its evolution in the XVIII and XIX centuries
8

§ 3. The British colonial empire
19

Chapter 2. The United States of America
25

Chapter 3. France
48

§ 1. The revolution of 1789-1794. and establishment of the constitutional order
48

§ 2. The political system of the First Republic of France before the First Empire
76

§ 3. The evolution of the political system in France on the mode of the Restoration to the Second Empire
89

§ 4. The Paris Commune of 1871
101

§ 5. Third Republic in France (1871-1900 biennium).
111

§ 6. The French colonial empire (until the XX century.)
119

Chapter 4. Germany
124

§ 1. The political system of Germany before unification
124

§ 2. The Constitution and the development of the political system of the German Empire
142

Chapter 5 Japan
152

Chapter 6. China
172

Chapter 7. Latin America
180

§ 1. The war for independence and the formation of the Latin American states
180

§ 2. The history of Latin American countries in the XIX century
194

Section II. The history of the state in modern times (XX c.)
Chapter 8: The United States of America
205

§ 1. The regulatory role of the state in the US economic and social relations
205

§ 2. The main changes in the state apparatus
226

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§ 3. The development of the constitutional principle of "separation of powers" and the mechanism of "checks and balances"
236

§ 4. The Evolution of American federalism
244

§ 5. The growth of bureaucracy
248

§ 6. The activities of law enforcement agencies
257

Chapter 9. United Kingdom
266

Chapter 10. France
283

§ 1. Third Republic in the XX century. and its fall
283

§ 2. The Fourth Republic in France
287

§ 3. Fifth Republic in France
291

Chapter 11. Germany
301

§ 1. The Weimar Republic in Germany
301

§ 2. The fascist dictatorship in Germany
321

§ 3. The Federal Republic of Germany
336

§ 4. The unification of Germany
353

Chapter 12. Italy
362

§ 1. The Italian government before the Second World War
362

§ 2. The post-war development of the Italian state
374

Chapter 13. The states of Central and Eastern Europe
380

Chapter 14. Japan
429

§ 1. The Japanese government interwar
429

§ 2. The development of the Japanese state after the Second World War
435

Chapter 15. China
453

§ 1. The Chinese state before the formation of the People's Republic of China
453

§ 2. The formation and development of the People's Republic of
460

Chapter 16: Latin America
478

Chapter 17. Formation of independent states after World War II
498

§ 1. The collapse of the colonial system and the formation of new states
498

§ 2. Formation of independent states in the South and South-East Asia
504

§ 3. Formation of independent states in the Middle East
508

§ 4. Formation of independent states in sub-Saharan Africa
512

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Section III. History of law in modern and contemporary times
Chapter 18. Formation and development of modern legal systems
516

Chapter 19. Right England
536

Chapter 20. The right of the United States of America
578

Chapter 21. Right France
618

Chapter 22. Right to Germany
656

Chapter 23. Right of China
684

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