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Richard A. Epstein • 48 Items / 13 Books, 25 Articles, 10 Reviews
Forbidden Grounds (1992)
The Case Against Employment Discrimination Laws
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Published Reviews
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    The Book Case (Review)
    Questioning the Unquestionable
    1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    Reason, Aug/Sept 1992, pp. 58-59
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    An End to Civil-Rights Laws? (Review)
    Forbidden Grounds, by Richard A. Epstein
    1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    The Public Interest, Spring 1992, pp. 126-129
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    Price and Prejudice (Review)
    Forbidden Grounds, by Richard A. Epstein
    1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    The New Republic, July 6, 1992, pp. 30-33
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    Books in Brief (Review)
    Forbidden Grounds, by Richard A. Epstein
    1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    National Review, March 1, 1993, p. 69
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    Do Seat Belt Laws Work? (Review)
    Forbidden Grounds, by Richard A. Epstein
    1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    The Freeman, July 1992, pp. 284-286
  6. Reviews
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    Courage in Profile (Review)
    Forbidden Grounds, by Richard A. Epstein
    1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    Chronicles, August 1992, p. 33
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    Forbidden Grounds: The Case Against Employment Discrimination Laws (Review)
    Forbidden Grounds, by Richard A. Epstein
    1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    Cato Journal, Winter 1993, pp. 739-753
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    Good Reasons, Bad Reasons, or No Reasons at All (Review)
    A remarkable book that explains why all antidiscrimination laws should be repealed.
    1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    American Renaissance, March 1993, pp. 5-6
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    Political Theory (3 Reviews)
    Forbidden Grounds, by Richard A. Epstein
    1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    2. The Constitutional Logic of Affirmative Action by Ronald J. Fiscus and Stephen L. Wasby
    3. Affirmative Action and Justice by Michel Rosenfeld
    American Political Science Review, September 1993, p. 766
  10. The Critics
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    Affirmative Action, Inc. (8 Reviews)
    The New Color Line, by Paul Craig Roberts and Lawrence M. Stratton
    1. The New Color Line by Paul Craig Roberts and Lawrence M. Stratton
    2. Backfire by Bob Zelnick
    3. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    4. In Defense of Affirmative Action by Barbara R. Bergmann
    5. Economic Perspectives on Affirmative Action by Margaret Sims
    6. Not All Black and White by Christopher Edley, Jr.
    7. Left for Dead by Michael Tomasky
    8. The Remedy by Richard D. Kahlenberg
    The New Yorker, November 25, 1996, pp. 106-114