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Tweet HOW COMMON LAW WAS REPLACED WITH ROMAN CIVIL CODES TO THE DETRIMENT OF FREEDOM by Steven Wayne Pattison, ©2011 (Nov. 9, 2011) —Editor’s Note: The following essay is a continuation of the ideas presented in Part 1 of this series. The major systems of law in European history were Roman law, feudal law, canon [...]
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