Principles For A Free Society: Reconciling Individual Liberty With The Common Good
The country's leading libertarian scholar sets forth the essential principles for a legal system that best balances individual liberty versus the common good.
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As Epstein, the James Parker Hill Distinguished Service Professor of Law at the University of Chicago, correctly notes in his introduction, laissez-faire economics is one of the most frequently ... Read full review
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