The Problem of Classicism in Capitalistic Societies.
Law is much more than legislation, or "law in the books." Law is also defined in practice. However, in a capitalist society, it is the wealthy upper class that defines law in practice. In a free market based system, the wealthy class usually consists of business owners and heads of local and multi-national corporations. Because of the enormous amount of money and capital that corporations generate, pressures, in terms of restrictive laws, are diminished in order to preserve the economic structure. In America, laws such as protecting the environment, or utilizing a cleaner, cheaper aut…
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