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Department of Coercion

One of the common subjects covered on my humble blog over the past couple of years has been the increasing regulation of business through criminalization of risk-taking. Accordingly, it's appropriate that my first post on this more esteemed forum should reference John Hasnas' superb WSJ ($) op-ed and my further thoughts on the perverse effects that a company's "cooperation" with the Department of Justice has on the company's sacrificial lamb-employees who are served up in the course of the company hedging the risk of an Arthur Andersen meltdown. I appreciate Ted Frank's kind invitation to contribute to this fine forum, and I pledge to uphold the high standards of this excellent resource.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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