Trained as a lawyer and practiced in the arts of war and diplomacy, Gordon Tullock opened economists’ eyes to new ways of viewing constitutional construction, the challenges of bureaucracy, the nature of government regulations, the problem of rent seeking, and the limits of voting. The Independent Review’s Fall 2018 symposium highlights the uniqueness of his mind and the breadth of his vision.

Virgil Henry Storr is associate professor of economics at George Mason University.
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Other Independent Review articles by Virgil Henry Storr
Spring 2020 Reconsidering Weber’s The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism
Summer 2019 Is Social Justice a Mirage?
Spring 2014 Grover Cleveland against the Special Interests