Economic Liberties and the Judiciary

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George Mason University Press, Feb 1, 1988 - Law - 392 pages
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Essays in this volume refocus attention on Constitutional protection for economic liberties. Divided into three parts, the book deals with the following topics: Interpreting the Constitution: Theory and Practice; Property Rights, Activism and the Judicial Process; and Recent Economic Issues in the Courts.

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Contents

THEORY
3
Economic Aftairs as Human Affairs
31
Majority Power Moral Skepticism and the
111
Copyright

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Vice president for academic affairs at the Cato Institute end editor of the Cato Journal.