Design for Liberty
Richard Epstein argues for a return to a smaller, more accountable federal government that operates on clear rules and limits itself in domestic affairs to enforcing laws governing private contracts and property rights. Professor Epstein responded to questions from members of the audience at the Century Club at this Manhattan Institute event in New York City. close
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