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KOL199 | Tom Woods Show: The State’s Corruption of Private Law, or We Don’t Need No Legislature

Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 199.

I discussed legislation and law  with Tom Woods on his show today, Episode 557:

Ep. 557 The State’s Corruption of Private Law, or We Don’t Need No Legislature

About the Guest

Stephan Kinsella is a registered patent attorney, lecturer, and author. He is the Director of the Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom, Founding and Executive Editor of Libertarian Papers, and blogger at The Libertarian Standard.

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Related Links

Legislation and the Discovery of Law in a Free Society” (PDF) by Stephan Kinsella
Liberty and Law (PDF), by Giovanni Sartori
The State’s Corruption of Private Law,” by Stephan Kinsella
Another Problem with Legislation: James Carter and the Field Codes,” by Stephan Kinsella

Related Books

Law, Legislation, and Liberty, vol. 1: Rules and Order, by F.A. Hayek
Freedom and the Law, by Bruno Leoni

Books by the Guest

Against Intellectual Property
International Investment, Political Risk, and Dispute Resolution: A Practitioner’s Guide
Protecting Foreign Investment Under International Law: Legal Aspects of Political Risk

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  • Dave Greene January 24, 2016, 9:25 am

    Stephan, you were simply OUTSTANDING in this interview. I’m going to send a link to all of my state and county legislators. You were super clear and articulate. Tom even remarked that your response to a difficult/obscure question hit it out of the park. I agree.

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