Marxist perspective (for a review, see Tamanaha 1995), and of course Marx himself was centrally
concerned with the relationship between law and capitalism. However, these views have
had minimal influence on policymakers who are associated with the neo-liberal, market-oriented
paradigm that is dominant today; hence, they fall beyond the scope of this essay.
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