Compare Anglo-American courts to those in Russia. A)Anglo-American courts include bourgeois concepts, such as property law and civil rights, whereas the Soviet-developed Russian system excludes these concepts. B)The Russian court is a passive institution that does not seek to correct lawbreakers or to apprehend criminals, whereas the Anglo-American system is an active institution. C)Courts in Russia frequently indict politicians disloyal to the president's agenda, whereas Anglo-American courts remain separate from politics. D)Russian courts represent the upper class, while American courts protect the interests of common laborers.