This excellent collection of studies deals with both the substance of the legal system of Communist China and the problems of its study. Contributions include an appraisal of Communist Chinese legal publications, discussions of refugee and survey interviewing techniques as methods of gathering information, a review of Communist Chinese attitudes toward international law, and a series of articles dealing with Chinese legal terminology in a number of fields which contain a substantial amount of substantive law in the interstices.
Gray, Whitmore. Review of Contemporary Chinese Law: Research Problems and Perspectives, by J. A. Cohen, editor. Am. J. Comp. L. 19 (1971): 391-5.