Schools For Misrule
Walter Olson reports that many political leaders who influence what the author considers poor national policy are graduates of the nation’s premiere law schools. Mr. Olson relays that lawyers hold approximately 60% of seats in the Senate and 40% in the House of Representatives and argues that poor policy ideas born in law schools have migrated to the status of national policy debates. Walter Olson discussed his book at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. close
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Todd F. Gaziano Director Heritage Foundation->Center for Legal and Judicial Studies
Walter K. Olson Senior Fellow Cato Institute->Center for Constitutional Studies
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