The Social Transformation of XIX Century beyond the Civil Constitution's Borders

The European Ninentheen Century opens with a new liberal Constitutional System, with Civil Code at its core. In legal studies, the modern age's foundations are property individualism for measuring civil rights and freedom of work, assets circulation and bargaining. The Civil Code is the core of a new society and assumes an actual constitutional role.
The Napoleon Civil Code somehow establishes a European agenda, but the Industrial Revolution and the rise of the Labour Question broke the equilibrium.
Labour is not just a matter of merchandising. The phenomenon of workers' associations arises too and contractual freedom is discovered to be just theoretical. The Civil Code proves itself inadequate to address these challenges.
The legal debate becomes difficult. The solution appears to be the innovation of the Social Legislation as Public Law. This innovation broke the traditional borders of the liberal order.