Hurst, James Willard. Law and Markets in United States History: Different Modes of Bargaining Among Interests. Originally published: [Madison]: The University of Wisconsin Press, . vii, 207 pp. Reprinted 2001, 2010 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584771364; ISBN-10: 1584771364. Hardcover. New. $35. * The eminent legal scholar's sociological analysis of the relation between law and private business (using the lumber business as an example) in relation to society at large. He argues that law and business support the same goals of efficiency and humanity, and examines their interrelationship toward that end in terms of ethical issues related to public policy, money supply, the impact of incremental change, inflation and deflation, monopoly and competition, and other economic factors. Based on Hurst's lectures at The University of Wisconsin in April, 1981.
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