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David Friedman: What Anarchists Can Learn From Other Legal Systems Ep. 151

Keith Knight and I tag teamed an interview with David D. Friedman about his newest book, “Legal Systems Very Different From Ours.” I asked him some burning questions I had from what I consider to be a Liberty Weekly Classic–“Non-State Justice Systems: A Primer” Episode 36 of the show.

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Realities of the U.S. Justice System Ep. 105


I’ve been practicing law for about 5 months now. Not a super long time, but I’ve already learned some realities about how the system REALLY works.

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Show Notes:

Lautenberg Amendment 

The Man Behind the Beard Lysander Spooner Ep. 27

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“The Enterprise of Law: Justice without the State” by Bruce L. Benson (Amazon Affiliate Link)

Lysander Spooner on Jury Nullification Ep. 56

“The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas (Amazon Affiliate Link)

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“Legal Systems Very Different from Ours” by David D. Friedman (Amazon Affiliate Link)

“Private Governance: Creating Order in Economic and Social Life” by Edward Stringham (Amazon Affiliate Link)

“Anarchy and the Law: the Political Economy of Choice” by Edward Stringham (Amazon Affiliate Link)

Non-State Justice Systems: A Primer Ep. 36