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Whatever Happened to Justice? (blemished)

Whatever happened to Justice?, Revised Edition (Blemished copy)

by Richard J. Maybury



ISBN-13: 978-0-942617-46-7
ISBN-10: 0-942617-46-0
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"Whatever Happended to Justice?" explains the Legal Model and explores America's legal heritage. This book is selling all over the world. Readers tell us it causes them to think like nothing has in years. "Whatever Happened to Justice?" shows what's gone wrong with our legal system and economy and how to fix it. It also contains lots of helpful hints for improving family relationships and for making families and classrooms run more smoothly. Discusses the difference between higher law and man-made law, and the connection between rational law and economic prosperity.

"Whatever Happened to Justice?" introduces the Two Laws: 1) Do all you have agreed to do, and 2) Do not encroach on other persons or their property.

Richard Maybury examines: 1) There is a higher law than any government's law. 2) The government's law often contradicts Higher Law. 3) individuals must choose which law they will support and defend.
Quality paperback, 256 pages. Ages 14 through Adult.

Can be used for courses in Law, Economics, Business, Finance, Government and History.

Whatever happened to Justice?, revised edition (by William E. Simon former, U.S. Treasury Secretary)
Maybury challenges the reader to explore the inextricable connections between law and economics, and between economic and political liberty. I can think of no more important subject, and I highly recommend this lucid and thoughtful volume.

Whatever happened to Justice?, revised edition (by John Taylor Gatto, former New York State Teacher of the Year)
There is a naked clarity to Maybury's thought that washes over the reader like cleansing rain. His examination of the dynamics of common law is brilliant. As a teacher for all ages, Mr. Maybury is a virtuoso. Bravo!

Whatever happened to Justice?, revised edition (by William P. Snavely, Professor Emeritus of Economics, George Mason University)
Richard Maybury's "Whatever Happened to Justice?" should be required reading for all who hold or aspire to hold public office, as well as for all members of the judicial system. It is a fitting companion volume to his earlier Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?

Whatever happened to Justice?, revised edition (by Ron Paul, member of U.S. Congress)
If our economic and political downfall is to be avoided, we must expose an entire generation of Americans to the ideas found in this wonderful book.

Whatever happened to Justice?, revised edition (by Gerald Schomp, former editor, "World Market Perspective")
Maybury is right. Our insane legal system is destroying our ability to tell right from wrong. It's ruining our families, our businesses, careers, and investments. We must return to rational law, and soon. Maybury shows the way, and offers specific how-to instructions that will be a great help in every part of our lives from boardroom to schoolroom to nursery

Table of Contents for Whatever Happened to Justice?
Study Guide Available
Note to Reader
Author's Disclosure
About Richard J. Maybury
Author's Introduction

1. The Cause Is Law
2. A Higher Authority
3. A Higher Law
4. Two Kinds of Law

5. The Two Fundamental Laws
6. Enforcement of Early Common Law
7. How Do We Know If It's Law?
8. Logic and Atoms

9. Ambient Encroachment & Tacit Contracts
10. Economic Calculation
11. Force or Fraud
12. The Lawless West

13. Natural Rights
14. The Human Ecology
15. How Things Get Done
16. Political Law

17. Discovery vs. Enactment
18. Our New Religion
19. Common Law Wasn't Perfect
20. Liberty vs. Permission

21. Instability, Nuremberg and Abortion
22. Democracy and the Constitution
23. The Constitution: Highest Law of the Land?
24. Competing for Privilege

25. The Great Mystery
26. The Privilege and the Thrill
27. The Fun Is In the Playing
28. The Lessons of Simon Bolivar
29. Eating the Seed Corn
30. Origin of Government

31. Are Lawyers and Judges Corrupt?
32. So Why Do We Have a Government?
33. Unsolved Problem: Risk
34. Unsolved Problem: Capital Punishment

35. Unsolved Problem: The Environment
36. Unsolved Problem: Drugs
37. Unsolved Problem: War
38. Unsolved Problem: Irredentism

39. Unsolved Problem: Poverty
40. Unsolved Problem: Consumer Protection
41. Unsolved Problem: Are There More Rules?
42. Summary

A Memo from Richard Maybury (Uncle Eric)
Table Comparing Scientific vs. Political Law
Systems of Law Chart
Standard of Living Chart

Agreement Between Parent & Child
Agreement Between Teacher & Student
Thought-Provoking Movies About Law

Bibliography and Suggested Reading

I have enjoyed this book very much! I had entered a search engine on Amazon.com books to study the differences of liberals and conservatives and purchased this book along with two other books.
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There is a naked clarity to Maybury's thought that washes over the reader like cleansing rain. His examination of the dynamics of common law is brilliant. As a teacher for all ages, Mr. Maybury is a virtuoso. Bravo!
(John Taylor Gatto, former New York State Teacher of the Year)
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