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Symposium : law and lustration : righting the wrongs of the past.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
1995
Copyright date:
1995
Publication:
Chicago, Illinois : University of Chicago Press, [1995]
Copyright notice:
©1995
Format:
  • Book
  • 338 pages ; 25 cm
Title Variation:
Law and lustration, righting the wrongs of the past
Note:
Special issue of Law & social inquiry, volume 20, number 1 (winter 1995). Caption title.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Editor's introduction: The problems of lustration : prosecution of wrongdoers by democratic successor regimes / Peter Siegelman
  • State crimes of previous regimes : knowledge, accountability, and the policing of the past / Stanley Cohen
  • Justice after transition : on the choices successor elites make in dealing with the past / Luc Huyse
  • Truth as justice : investigatory commissions in Latin America / Margaret Popkin and Naomi Roht-Arriaza
  • Lustration and truth claims : unfinished revolutions in Central Europe / Maria Łoś
  • Retribution or truth-telling in South Africa? : legacies of the transitional phase / Lynn Berat and Yossi Shain
  • Reflections on the trial of Vichy collaborator Paul Touvier for crimes against humanity in France / Leila Sadat Wexler
  • The purge of lawyers after the breakdown of the East German communist regime / Erhard Blankenburg
  • Lustration as a problem of the social basis of constitutionalism / Arthur L. Stinchcombe.
Contributor:
American Bar Foundation.
Related Work:
Law & social inquiry.
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