CATO and The Koch brothers are in a struggle for control of the CATO institute, and Volokh poses some questions he thinks should be answered. A commenter replies in character. Some high drama.
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Covering the law and economics from a libertarian perspective: Richard Epstein At The Hoover Institution Journal: ‘Three Cheers for Income Inequality’…Richard Epstein At The Hoover Institution: ‘Death By Wealth Tax’