The Right to Justice:
The Political Economy of Legal Services in the United States, by Charles K. Rowley (1992)
In a tour de force, The Right to Justice places the US federal legal services program on the scholarly rack of public choice and offers a convincing, unique explanation of the political market forces that have subverted a well-meaning attempt to assist indigent Americans into a coordinated litigation and lobbying attack on the central institutions of the family, of capitalism and of Madisonian Republicanism which together constitute the essence of the American Dream.
Read Reviews of this Book:
William F. Shughart II, The University of Mississippi, Public Choice
Warren J. Samuels, Michigan State University, Journal of Economic Literature
Ian McEwin, University of New South Wales, Agenda
Jim Powell, Laissez Faire Books