China's Legal Awakening: Legal Theory and Criminal Justice in Deng's Era

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Index
absolutism 257
abundant society 26
abuse of power 72, 259, 263, 264, 266, 267

academic circles, jurisprudential 49, 52;

see also jurisprudence

academic discipline 53
academic legal institutions 41, 139
accused 255, 265

trials immediately after the June-Fourth incident 306,

trials of dissidents 312, 314, 325

adjudication 262, 263, 309

adjudication by Party committees 89

adjudication power of the court 136

adjudication of dissident trials 312, 326, 327

administration of law 60, 253

enforcement of law (law enforcement) 40, 74, 75, 117, 137, 192, 193, 196, 254, 276

implementation of law 37, 38, 47, 193

administrative law 38, 327

administrative regulations 193

administrative rules and regulations 294
alienation 19
All-China Lawyers' Association195, 265
All-China Legal Journalists' Association 197
All-China Students' Federation290
all are (being) equal before the law 9, 89
discussion on the principle 58, 59, 60, 253
Ye Jianying75, Deng Xiaoping38, 135, 192, 254, 324
Li Peng193
application of 263, 264, 325
all citizens are equal before the law 37, 61, 255
citizens of the People's Republic of China are equal before the law 61
the law is equally applicable to all citizens 61
the equality of all people before people's law 61
all persons are equal before the law 324
equality before the law 40, 59, 61, 248
American television network ABC 306
analogy, judgement by 255, 262
Anhui 260
University 76
administrative organs 136
anti-rightist campaign 256
appeal 260, 265, 267

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