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General Introduction

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Abstract

The choice of the equality between man and woman as the subject for a Seminar held in the year devoted to women, appears to be singularly fortunate. It is to be hoped that the study of this subject, in the light of comparative law and of the tendencies in the laws of European states in the direction of the equality of the sexes, may help to lead to the elimination of the injustice of unequal treatment which has deprived the woman of her rightful position in the eyes of the law.

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    For Soviet law cf. Rheinstein, Marriage Stability, Divorce and the Law, Chicago-London 1972, p. 222 ff.; Bilinsky, Das Sowjetische Eherecht, Münich (1961), pp. 27 and 85 ff.; Sorok-Let, Sovetskogo Prava, Leningrad (1957), Vol. II, p. 264 ff.Google Scholar
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