Political Economy Quote of the Week for 20160411

“Yet the essence of the judge would remain the same as in a more primitive setting: The judge’s job would be to opine on what “the law” had to say about a particular dispute, whether the law was understood as tribal customs passed down over the generations, or instead as a web of voluntary contracts and profitable practices as they spontaneously evolved in a modern capitalist society.” – Robert P. Murphy, Chaos Theory.

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