Legal classicism in the United States

 
PIIS013207690009944-0-1
DOI10.31857/S013207690009944-0
Publication type Article
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Occupation: Professor of Law Faculty, Constitutional and Municipal Law Department of Rostov state University of Economics “RINE”
Affiliation: Rostov state University of Economics “RINE”
Address: Russian Federation, Rostov on Don, B.Sadovaya, 69
Journal nameGosudarstvo i pravo
EditionIssue 6
Pages131-142
Abstract

The article investigates legal classicism as a direction of legal science and practice in the United States. The study of the opposition of American law schools expands the understanding of regressive and progressive trends in the development of constitutional doctrine, modern understanding of civil rights and freedoms. Legal classicism (legal fundamentalism) in the United States was based on such principles as full legal protection of property rights, restriction of state interference in market relations in any form, disregard for labor and social law, legal protection of workers' interests and the rights of ethnic and racial minorities.

Keywordslegal classicism, legal fundamentalism, USA, legal science, constitutional doctrine, civil liberties, property right, state intervention
Received07.06.2019
Publication date23.06.2020
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