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1901:117). Bryce concluded that legal systems based u p o n religion, although traditionally resistant, may rapidly collapse. O n c e again viewing E u r o p e a n colonialism as inevitably victorious, he predicted the dominance of E u r o p e a n law. T h e relationship of " E u r o p e a n nations to those less advanced races over whom they are assuming dominion,3 and all of whom will before long own some European master... " was predicted to b e one of E u r o p e a n legal cultural ascendancy ( 1 9 0 1 : 120-121).

Was predicted to b e one of E u r o p e a n legal cultural ascendancy ( 1 9 0 1 : 120-121). T h e fundamental issue for Bryce was whether R o m a n law, exemplified in the civil law nations, or English c o m m o n law would "prevail" throughout the world. Yet while Bryce emphasized the competitiveness of these "rival" systems of law, he acknowledged the possibility "that they may draw nearer". H e suggested that, . . The more any department of law lies within the domain of economic interest, the more do the rules that belong to it tend to become the same in all countries .

In fact, items n u m b e r (6), (7), and (9) have b e e n measured t o some degree in existing data collections (see below). I would not underestimate the amount of research which would b e required to operationalize most of E h r m a n n ' s attributes. Such operationalization would require the coding of the characteristics of judicial documents and decisions in some depth (see n u m b e r s (1), (3), and (11), for example), m e d i u m to large scale surveys of elite a n d / o r mass populations (number (12)), or possibly detailed observation of a representative sample of courts (numbers (4), (7)).

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