The State and Law Making

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How are marxists different to functionalists?
Functionalists tae the view that the law reflects the value consensus, everybody, marxists argue that it only serves the interests of the bourgeoisie.
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What does chambliss refer to? Explain?
Introduction of English law in Britains East African Colonies. The economic interests of tea and coffee needed a plentiful size of labour for success, introduced law around tax that could only be paid in cash and therefore they had to work.
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Who's interests did the law introduced in these colonies serve?
The capitalist plantation owners.
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What did snider suggest?
That it was still the case that the capitalist states are reluctant to pass laws that regulate business and threaten profitability.
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What kind of crime are the bourgeoisie committing in this sense?
Corporate White Collar Crime.
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Introduction of English law in Britains East African Colonies. The economic interests of tea and coffee needed a plentiful size of labour for success, introduced law around tax that could only be paid in cash and therefore they had to work.

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