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The State Department’s third-ranking official is expected to tell House impeachment investigators Wednesday that political considerations were behind the agency’s refusal to deliver a robust defense of the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine. ...


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The Past and Future of Law Without the State – David D. Friedman, 2017-06-07, Budapest

A public lecture given by David D. Friedman, organized and financed by A Szabadság Filozófiája (i.e. The Philosophy of Liberty, a community advocating individual and economic freedom.

His current interests include the economic analysis of law, private and embedded legal systems. How can law and its enforcement become a privately provided service? What can we learn from past societies and various minorities who utilized private, decentralized law enforcement? How does one deal with people buying their law from a different vendor? How does the market protect the weak and restrain the rich and powerful? How would private legal systems work in the society of today and tomorrow? Can cyberspace become a stateless society?

These and many other questions were discussed in this lecture and while answering the questions of the audience afterwards.

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Hungarian and English subtitles are planned, but not ready yet.

A magyar és az angol feliratok tervben vannak, de még nem készültek el.



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