In The Law (1850), Frederic Bastiat recognized the central importance of law and morality in a free society. He was concerned that government was using the "law" to become too active a participant in the economy whilst devoting too little attention to protecting life and liberty. A new introduction by Professor Norman Barry places Bastiat’s views in their historical context and explains their continuing relevance today.
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