David Friedman: Legal Systems Very Different from Our Own (56m)

This episode features a lecture by economics professor David Friedman from 2013. Based on a course he teaches and a forthcoming book, he discusses the characteristics of legal systems quite unlike any we’ve known in contemporary Western society. Examples range from historic Imperial China and Periclean Athens to modern gypsies and Amish. Purchase books by David Friedman on Amazon here.

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