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The rule of law in the wake of Clinton

Author: Roger Pilon; Cato Institute.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Cato Institute, 2001, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Now that the Clinton Presidency has drawn to a close, political analysts and historians will study his administration and policies for some time to determine what his legacy will be.

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Named Person: Bill Clinton; Bill Clinton
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Pilon; Cato Institute.
ISBN: 1930865031 9781930865037
OCLC Number: 531032764
Description: vi, 240 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Civilization, progress, and the rule of law / Lillian R. BeVier --
Ignoring constitutional limits / Roger Pilon --
Expanding executive power / Douglas W. Kmiec --
Speech and privacy / Nadine Strossen --
Crime, drugs, and forfeiture / Timothy Lynch --
Property rights and economic regulation / James Wootton --
Scandal, corruption, and the rule of law / Fred Thompson --
The war on tobacco / Robert A. Levy --
The war on guns / Bill Pryor --
The war on microsoft / C. Boyden Gray --
Politicizing the Justice Department / Theodore B. Olson --
The imperial president abroad / John C. Yoo --
The political parties / Daniel E. Troy --
The bar and the Legal Academy / Ronald D. Rotunda --
The media and the cultural institutions / David Horowitz.
Responsibility: edited by Roger Pilon.

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