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Hastings International and Comparative Law Review

Abstract

The trend of criminal law reform must be examined against the changing attitudes towards crime. This perspective views crime as a display of social conflict which can be resolved through criminal law sanctions. The Article discusses how comparative law is a backdrop for the reform movement on the international, regional, and individual institutional levels. The significance of comparative law is illustrated throughout by specific examples of reform on each level.

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