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Economic Liberties and the Constitution

Bernard H. Siegan

Presented at: TJS 1983

Date: Aug 06, 1983

Prof. Siegan will explain the intention of the Framers of the Constitution to safeguard the exercise of economic liberties, the original support for economic freedom by the Supreme Court, and the Supreme Court's subsequent reversal of its policy since the early 1940's. The adverse consequences of the change in policy will be shown and the case made for a restoration of protection of economic liberty on both constitutional and pragmatic grounds.

laweconomics

Parts: 7

Handout: none

Publications:

  • Print, 1980 (En) - Book by Bernard H. Siegan