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Robert Bork interviews Friedrich A. Hayek (Part III)

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With the ideas of Edmund Burke as a superstructure, Dr. Hayek discusses the development of general rules of society and the importance of constitutional restraint in the political process. The emergence of law as an evolutionary process with respect to the democratic political structure is explored. Finally, the role of the courts and judges in creating law is examined.

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Interview with Friedrich A. Hayek by Robert Bork (Part III)
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