Remember, remember
always, that all of us...are
descended from
immigrants and
revolutionists.

-=Franklin D. Roosevelt
before the Daughters of the
American Revolution=-



We hold these truths to be
self evident, that all men are
created equal, that they are
endowed by their Creator
with certain inalienable
rights, that among these are
life, liberty and the pursuit of
happiness.

-=The Declaration of
Independence of the
Thirteen Colonies=-



It has pleased Almighty God
... He has largely
augmented our free
population by emancipation
and by immigration, while
he has opened to us new
sources of wealth, and has
crowned the labor of our
working-men in every
department of industry with
abundant rewards.

-=President Abraham
Lincoln's 1864
Thanksgiving

Proclamation=-



One more Quote for those
inclined:

O, wonder!
How many goodly creatures
are there here!
O brave new world,
That has such people in't!


"ENGLISH IS SPOKEN
HERE" AT WANGLAW USA

A COLLECTION OF COMPARATIVE LAW ESSAYS ON
LAW & ISLAMIC LAW IN SOUTH-EAST ASIA
CHARLESTON C. K. WANG, Attorney-At-Law
________________________________________________________


1.  An Assessment of the Separation And Balance of Power in Malaysia.

2.  When the Malaysian Judiciary Blinks.

3.  Religion and the Judiciary in Malaysia.

4.  The State of Islam in the Contemporary World.

5.  The Syariah in Contemporary Southeast Asia.

6.  The Legacy of Colonial Reformation of  Syariah in the Netherlands East Indies and
British Malaya:  A Comparative Essay.

7.  Legal Pluralism in Indonesia: Anachronism or An Idea whose Time Has Come?

8.  The Rule of Law And the Freedom to Critique in Indonesia.

9.  Law Reform After the New Order of President Suharto.

10.Shame v. Guilt As a Basis of Law - A Case of Sheer Morality Versus Positive Law.

11. The Common Law and Civil Law Systems in a Rapidly Changing World Order.

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