Glancing into our social, political and economic future, former Dean Pound recently warned "One question, as men argue today, is whether that future will call for a constitution or law or laws at all." The possibility of an approaching agitation for the ouster of law is fairly deducible from current proposals of legal reformers. In these uncertain times, it is of vital interest to the American Bench and Bar to study the purposeful offensive in Soviet Russia directed to the "withering away of all law." How fares this experiment to end all law? Vladimir Gsovski, relying exclusively upon soviet authorities, reviews the soviet concept of law from the Revolution to the present day.

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