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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1907)
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Talks on Llvo 8ubjcct of "Popular
Sovereignty of, Russia."
Prof. W. G. Hn3tlB8 qpoUo nt Con
voctition yoatorday morning on "Popu
lqr Sovereignty pt RuhbIu" unci told
of tho ninny translations which the
French luivo made of different law.
hooltH coming froni tho RuHBlnn lan
guage. England, America and Ger
many,, all have libraries of law from
Rlisqla. Professor Hastings said the?
relation between Bohemian and Rus
sian Is like that between French and
Rallan, and since ho understood
Rohemlan ajul doubted tho French
translation, ho started out to read the
RtisBlan Itself after mastering the
thjrty-flve characters. H1b extracts
fr6m tho public law of Russia dQ-
fsqrlbed tho untune of the Btato, tho
first part having to do with tho dis
cussion of. various fundamental mat
ters of legal theories. f
Nn miii nvni' mmuHfinml tho nnllinrltv II
ot the ancient city-state. Families f
with their nun)erous slaves constl-
lutod tho state. Years later the Ro-1
main church wished to control the gov-1
orpment, but eventually tho state was
recognized as the absolute power, un-,
Hmllod and independent. Yet the
Riisslans claim, strangely enough, that I
no'sovorelgn state can exlBt unllmltod, I
and If any society attained to.'oxtjreme
power It would bo tho church. The J
distinctive attribute of the state Is'
that It omploys coercive means, ,
whereaB the church uses forces only
In limits authorized by political an-1
thorlty. But the states themselves aro
limitations on fodernl superiors.
Many think authority means a single
will In command. But submission to
authority does not necessarily moan
personal obodience becauso people aro
obliged to bo under ignorant ofllclnlB.
Thus oven In ft Russian law school
are Ideas liberal enough to account
i for their own government disturb-
I lances. When Russia takes such views
MNj begins to see mat tne runaanien
tal; prhiclple 9f government Is tho
consent of the people, It Is not hard
to believe that tho whole world is
going to become democratic.
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Noh-Com Hop to Be Given in the Near
Chairman II. S. Stephens has an
nounced the personnel of tho commit
tee "for the Non-commissioned Officers'
Hop. Tho committee consists of Y. C.
Holland, E. B. Drake, Louis Volentine.
IIIVH. Crites, Robt. Guthrie, W. V.
Konner, and A. H. Meyer. Tho hop
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It has been decided to pay any surplus
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tljp purchase of new uniforms.
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