2 N.Y.U. J.L. & Liberty [i] (2006-2007)

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Journal of Law & Liberty
Volume 2                  2006
Number 1
Copyright  New York University
Journal of Law & Liberty
ADDRESSES
INTUITION, CUSTOM, AND PROTOCOL: HOW TO MAKE
SOUND DECISIONS WITH LIMITED KNOWLEDGE
Richard A. Epstein
ARTICLES
QUAKER STATE: PENNSYLVANIA'S GUIDE TO REDUCING THE
FRICTION FOR RELIGIOUS OUTSIDERS UNDER THE
ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE
Jim Wedeking                                   28
NINE, OF COURSE: A DIALOGUE ON CONGRESSIONAL
POWER TO SET BY STATUTE THE NUMBER OF JUSTICES ON THE
SUPREME COURT
Peter Nicolas                                  86
INSTITUTIONS, IMMIGRATION, AND IDENTITY
Christopher J. Coyne and Peter J. Boettke      131
HAYEK'S RELEVANCE: A COMMENT ON RICHARD
A. POSNER'S HAYEK, LAW AND COGNITION
Donald J. Boudreaux                            157
STUDENT NOTES
ELECTION-BY-LOT AS A JUDICIAL SELECTION MECHANISM
William Bunting                                166

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