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Unmaking law : the Conservative campaign to roll back the common law

Author: Jay M Feinman
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Beacon Press, ©2004.
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An expert on contract law shows how conservatives in America are successfully rolling back a century of progress in common law by diminishing the protections afforded to consumers by contract law, property law, and personal injury law.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jay M Feinman
ISBN: 0807044261 9780807044261
OCLC Number: 54670213
Description: 235 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The resurrection of classical common law --
Injuries, victims, and the attack on tort law --
A realistic view of tort law --
Consumers, workers, and the tyranny of freedom of contract --
Freedom of contract and fair contract --
Property rights and the right's property --
Takings and transcendental nonsense --
The movement to unmake the law.
Responsibility: Jay M. Feinman.
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An expert on contract law shows how conservatives in America are successfully rolling back a century of progress in common law by diminishing the protections afforded to consumers by contract law, property law, and personal injury law.

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