Sotsialisticheskaia Zakonnost

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Sotsialisticheskaia Zakonnost’


(Socialist Legality), a monthly journal of the Ministry of Justice of the USSR, Procurator’s Office of the USSR, and Supreme Court of the USSR. Sotsialisticheskaia zakonnost’ has been published in Moscow since January 1934. It treats current theoretical problems of Soviet law and judicial practice, publishes the texts of new legislative acts, proposals for improving Soviet legislation, and legal consultations, and advises the personnel of the courts, procurator’s office, arbitration, and notariat on their methods of activity. It organizes exchanges of information among jurists and acquaints its readers with legislation and the work of judicial institutions in foreign states. Circulation, more than 230,000 (1978).

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Part 4 offers a 160-page history of the related notions of revoliutsionnaia zakonnost' and sotsialisticheskaia zakonnost', terms that, after following a long and often contradictory etymological path, eventually come to connote, in Khrushchev's ideological worldview, no more and no less than the political order that had been established by Lenin, violated by Stalin's personality cult, and restored under Khrushchev's "collective leadership."
Sverdlov, "Usynovlenie po sovetskomu pravu," in Sotsialisticheskaia zakonnost' no.
Pergament, "Nekotorye voprosy usynovleniia," in Sotsialisticheskaia zakonnost' no.
Aleksandrov, "Otvetstvennost' nedonositelei po ukazam Prezidiuma verkhnogo soveta SSSR ot 4 iiunia 1947 g.," Sotsialisticheskaia zakonnost', no.
See also Pravda June 26, 1935; Sotsialisticheskaia zakonnost', 1939 #2.