P. J. O'Rourke, author, Parliament of Whores and On the Wealth of Nations
"Scholars interested in scrutinizing the links between political and legal institutions will find Anarchy and the Law an invaluable resource."
Tom W. Bell, Professor of Law, Chapman University
"The dynamics of government growth has proven that no matter how benign the original intent and no matter how limited their scope, government programs will eventuate in abuse and malignancy. Anarchy and the Law assembles key essays that embrace this view."
Ronald Hamowy, Professor Emeritus of History, University of Alberta, Canada
"Anarchy and the Law is a breakthrough work, one which anyone interested in politics will find intellectually exciting."
Ralph Raico, Professor of History, Buffalo State College
"Anarchy and the Law is a must read' for anyone open to ideas and interested in the preservation of liberty."
Thomas J. Nechyba, Professor of Economics, Duke University
"Anarchy and the Law is an essential book on the theory and history of non-state' legal systems in which law enforcement is privatized, including essays by both proponents and skeptics."
Lawrence H. White, Friedrich A. Hayek Professor of Economic History, University of Missouri, St. Louis
About the Author
Edward P. Stringham is professor of economics at San Jose State University and a research fellow at The Independent Institute. He is president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, editor of the Journal of Private Enterprise, and the editor of Anarchy, State, and Public Choice.