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by Frederic Bastiat
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The Law is one of the most important books ever written on the uses and abuses of law.

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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was ratified in 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly.

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by Lawrence Lessig
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Lawrence Lessig could be called a cultural environmentalist. One of America’s most original and influential public intellectuals, his focus is the social dimension of creativity...

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by Frederic Bastiat
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By Frédéric Bastiat, here we have one of the most penetrating and powerful essays written in the history of political economy. Read by Floy Lilley.

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by Jeremy Bentham
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The essay Offences Against One's Self (c. 1785), argued for the liberalisation of laws prohibiting homosexuality.

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by Lysander Spooner
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Spooner examines the history and powers of a jury, from the magna carta in King John's time, to the practices in the 18th century. A classic work on law, Spooner argues that the decision of the jury is sovereign over the king's law.

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by William Jackson
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Volume One of the New and Complete Newgate Calendar, covering the years 1700 through 1723, relates stories of British trials, the persons accused and the crimes committed.

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Landmark United States Supreme Court decisions focusing on civil rights and equal protection between 1856 and 1948.

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by Clarence Darrow
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In this book, Darrow expands on his lifelong contention that psychological, physical, and environmental influences—not a conscious choice between right and wrong—control human behavior.

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by Henry M. Roberts
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Originally written in 1876 by Major Henry M. Robert of the US Army Corps of Engineers, Robert's Rules of Order is the most widely used authority in the United States today for "parliamentary law, based...upon the rules and practice of Congress" for "organizing and conducting the business of societies, conventions, and other deliberative assemblies."

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