3 edition of Legal Institutions Today and Tomorrow found in the catalog.
Legal Institutions Today and Tomorrow
Monrad G. Paulsen
by Greenwood Pub Group
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||346|
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This might be Mises's best-selling book. It is a very clear explanation of the basics of economic policy: private property, free trade, exchange, prices, interest, money and inflation, socialism, fascism, investment, and much more. Welcome to Tomorrow’s Law Firm, Today! Jordan perspective on the future of law is spot on, yet his views seemingly lack urgency. The change he outlines is here, today! Concepts discussed in this piece will become broader and ubiquitous with the law over time, but the consequence of waiting will force many to miss the boat.
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Warren --Introduction / Monrad G. Paulsen --Courts and lawmaking / Charles D. Breitel; comment by Henry Melvin Hart, Jr. & Roger J. Traynor --Legal look at Congress and the state legislatures / Frank C. Newman; comment by. Legal Institutions Today and Tomorrow: The Centennial Conference Volume of the Columbia Law School [Paulsen, Monrad G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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