How Progressives Rewrote the Constitution
Richard Epstein talked about his book How Progressives Rewrote the Constitution, published by Cato Institute. He argued that the U.S. Constitution was essentially rewritten, without benefit of amendment, as Progressives replaced competitive markets with government-created cartels and monopolies. Professor Seidman critiqued Professor Epstein speech and book. After their remarks both men answered audience members' questions. close
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Richard A. Epstein Distinguished Service Professor University of Chicago Law School
Roger Pilon Vice President Cato Institute->Legal Affairs
Louis Michael Seidman Research Professor Georgetown University Law Center
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