This course is about the balance of liberty and security in combating threats to the nation and the state. A broad survey course in U.S. national security law, it examines both substantive questions (where to strike the balance?) and institutional... (3 pts.)
In the United States, states and local governments enjoy substantial law-making and regulatory authority, bear significant responsibility for the financing and provision of most domestic public goods and services, and are key sites for political... Learn more
The principal focus of the course is the federal antitrust laws, although common-law antecedents are also considered. The course considers single-firm monopolization; agreements among competitors to restrict competition among themselves (price fixing,... Learn more
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