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The Common Law Right to Earn a Living
By Timothy Sandefur
This article appeared in the Summer 2002 issue of The Independent Review


Abstract

Most legal scholars since the New Deal have held that the right to earn an honest living as one chooses, without government interference, does not exist, and that the Supreme Court’s past support of such a right was unprecedented or illegitimate. But, in fact, the right to earn a living rests on solid historical ground that stretches back to the Magna Carta.



Other Independent Review articles by Timothy Sandefur
    Fall 2010   Reply to Gus diZerega
    Summer 2009   Some Problems with Spontaneous Order
    Summer 2005   Freedom and the Burden of Proof: Randy E. Barnett’s New Book on the Constitution



Volume 7 Number 1
Summer 2002

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