Law and economics, Volume 9

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Liberty Fund, Dec 1, 2005 - Political Science - 472 pages
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Examines the fundamental principles of our legal system from a public choice perspective and compares its efficiency and accuracy with other systems. It presents in full two controversial works by Gordon Tullock, 'The Logic of the Law' and 'The Case against the Common Law', as well as chapters from his 'Trials on Trial' and other innovative articles. Highly critical of the US common law system, Tullock argues for various reforms, even for its replacement with a civil code system.

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Charles K. Rowley is at The Locke Institute.