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Edited by Dr. Donald P. Racheter, President of Public Interest Institute, and Dr. Richard E. Wagner, Economics Professor at George Mason University and Chairman of the Institute's Academic Advisory Board.  LIMITING LEVIATHAN looks why should government be limited, which limits on ogvernment are appropriate, and if auxiliary precautions are needed.

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CONTENTS

Chapter 2 - The Purpose and Limits of Government

 

Chapter 3 - Constitutionally-limited Government Versus Popular Democracy

 

Chapter 4 - Government: An Expensive Provider

 

Chapter 5 - Constitutional Limits Versus Statutory Rules

 

Chapter 6 - Constitutional Spending Limitations and the Optimal Size of Government

 

Chapter 7 - Tax Limits

 

Chapter 8 - Regulatory Limits

 

Chapter 9 - The Case for Congressional Term Limits is the Same as the Case for Pollution Control

 

Chapter 10 - Electoral Limits

 

Chapter 11 - Federalist Theory and Polycentricity: Learning from Local Governments

 

Chapter 12 - Searching for Order: The Costly Interaction of Formal and Informal Systems

 

Chapter 13 - Technological and Economic Limitations on Governments

 

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