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November 09, 2004

In the Fall issue of Regulation magazine

While visiting the Cato website, I noticed several articles in the current issue of Regulation that will be of interest to Point of Law readers (all available in PDF, by clicking here):

Pierre Lemieux, "The Public Choice Revolution" (the application of economic theory to politics "has demystified and undeified the state")

Fred McChesney, "Talking 'Bout My Antitrust Generation" ("Overeager attorneys on the state level and in Europe threaten to destroy an improved antitrust climate.")

Paul Teske, "The New Role and Politics of State Regulation" ("Is the recent trend of expanding state regulation beneficial or harmful?")

John Mueller, "A False Sense of Insecurity?" ("How does the risk of terrorism measure up against everyday dangers?")

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