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Bargaining with the State
Richard A. Epstein

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface
Pt. 1Theoretical Foundations: Problem of Coercion1
Ch. 1Givings and Takings3
Ch. 2The Plan of Action17
Ch. 3Baselines25
Ch. 4Coercion, Force, and Consent39
Ch. 5Competition, Monopoly, and Necessity50
Ch. 6Forced Exchanges and Just Compensation75
Ch. 7Maximizing Social Surplus90
Pt. 2Government Relations Within a Federal System105
Ch. 8State Incorporation Powers107
Ch. 9Discriminatory Taxation127
Ch. 10The United States v. the States145
Pt. 3Economic Liberties and Property Rights159
Ch. 11Public Roads and Highways161
Ch. 12Land Use Restrictions and the Police Power177
Ch. 13Licenses and Permits196
Ch. 14Labor and Employment Contracts211
Pt. 4Positive Rights in the Welfare State237
Ch. 15Tax Exemptions239
Ch. 16Unemployment Benefits252
Ch. 17Welfare Benefits278
Ch. 18Educational Benefits295
Table of Cases313
Author Index317
Subject Index319

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