Of Regulatory Law
AbstractSome thoughtful questions and linear answers to the economic, social, and political consequencs that comes with restrictive regulating laws. 'Regulatory law is where Socialism meets Liberalism; or what might be called the highest form of Liberalism, the lowest form of Socialism.'
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regulation; regulatory; prohibition; minimum wage; work conditions; labor; unions;
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