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By Marc Galanter (auth.), Erhard Blankenburg, Ekkehard Klausa, Hubert Rottleuthner (eds.)

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Contract Thus far I have discussed situations where relationships of status or of tort are privatized by the government. But delegalization is far more common in the area of contract, where by delegalization here I me an efforts by private parties to structu re a voluntary relationship in such a way that they avoid future conflict and thus the need to resort to legal institutions to resolve it. Indeed, that is the essen ce of contract: voluntary assumption by the parties of mutual rights and responsibilities that govern their future relationship, so that state intervention is generally unnecessary and in any case limited to an enforcement of those rights.

Vet I tend to see this development as cydic rat her than terminal, for already new spokesmen have arisen to advocate intensification and extension of the criminal sanction as punishment (now justified as expressing psychological and social needs rather than a divine mandate). Another source of pressure for decriminalization ·derives from the demand that criminal sanctions be imposed equalIy: on the middle dass drug user as weil as the ghetto addict, on the john as weil as the prostitute, on both bourgeois and working dass draft evaders.

Given the eclectic nature of the ideological inspiration, it is not surprising that the proposed reforms are equally diverse. Nevertheless, it is possible to group them into two categories: reforms that seek to obviate the need for intervention by legal officials, and reforms of the official institutions themselves. 31 A. Radical Civil Delegalization The first category - what I will call radical delegalization - has both civil and criminal aspects. Before I offer some examples of radical civil delegalization let me stress that the parties themselves already make strenuous efforts to avoid intervention by formal legal institutions; thus formal delegalization simply facilitates existing tendencies and confirms informal arrangements.

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