Contract Remedies and Inalienable Rights

Social Philosophy and Policy 4 (1):179 (1986)
The social goal of crime prevention can be effectively pursued within the moral constraints of a "liberty approach" described in part i. crime is a "commons problem" exacerbated by public property, public law enforcement, and adjudication. property rights, in contrast, provide vital information and incentives to allocate enforcement resources efficiently. a nonmonopolistic legal system and its struggle with two "renegade" law enforcement agencies--topcops and justice, incorporated--is then imagined
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