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Title: Is law without the state possible? by Suri Ratnapala
Author: Ratnapala, Suri
Date: 1993
Abstract: According to most classical-liberal accounts, the state was born out of the need of individuals to cooperate for the protection of their private rights and liberties against invasion of others.
Source: Policy,
Volume: Spring 1993
v. 9,no. 3 ; p. 37-40.
metadata.indexnt.dc.subject.*: Law
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/90687
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