The new liberal state -- Defending enterprise -- Pacific views -- Sagebrush rebels -- The politics of rights -- Governing from the right -- Mountains and sea -- To the slaughterhouse.
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In the 1970s, a group of lawyers from California and the Rockies declared war on a regulatory state they considered too big, too complicated, and a threat to both property rights and capitalism. Their story explains the historical roots of and policy consequences of Reagan-era conservatism--and its legacy in the present day.
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