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FEE Influences Volokh Conspiracy

MARCH 25, 2010

Todd Zwicki gave FEE a nice shout out yesterday over at the Volokh Conspiracy. While none of FEE’s books made his list of “Top 10 most influential“, he does credit us with introducing him to ideas and authors. The list itself is worth taking a look at. Number #1 is “Law, Legislation and Liberty: Volume 1″ which he calls “most thorough development of the idea of spontaneous order, which in my view is the single most important idea in social science reasoning.”

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