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The wide collection of disciplines and periods represented in this five-volume set makes it an ideal companion for courses in intellectual and legal history, political history, economic history and common and constitutional law. The essays involved offer insightful understanding into the evolution of liberty and property in ways that are accessible to students without a strong technical background in economics, philosophy, or law. They contain probing evaluations of the central problems of legal and political thought that should prove of value to advanced students and specialists in these fields.