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The Locke Luminary

Edited by Amanda J. Owens, Director of Legal Studies, and Dr. Charles K. Rowley, General Director

The Locke Institute gratefully acknowledges financial support from Robert Elgin, Sunmark Foundation, Carthage Foundation, J.P. Humphreys Foundation, Atlas Economic Research Foundation, Chase Foundation of Virginia and anonymous donors. Without this support the Locke Luminary Series would not be possible.

The following issues are available:

The Locke Luminary, Vol. I, No. 1 (Summer 1998)

  • Introduction by Amanda J. Owens, Co-Editor of The Locke Luminary
  • Classical Liberalism and Post-Communism, by Norman Barry, Professor of Political Science, University of Buckingham
  • Singapore and Authoritarian Capitalism, by Christopher Lingle, Visiting Associate Professor, Case Western University
  • The Interest-Group Theory of Government, by Robert D. Tollison, Professor of Economics, University of Mississippi

The Locke Luminary, Vol. I, No. 2 (Winter 1998)

  • Introduction by Amanda J. Owens, Co-Editor of The Locke Luminary
  • Property, Contract and Tort: Some Simple Rules for Cyberspace by Charles K. Rowley, General Director, The Locke Institute, and
  • Professor of Economics, George Mason University
  • The Fundamentals of Rent-Seeking by Gordon Tullock, Professor of Economics, University of Arizona
  • God & Man in the Law by Robert Lowry Clinton, a Book Review, by Amanda J. Owens, Director of Legal Studies

The Locke Luminary, Vol. II, No. 1 (Summer 1999)

  • Introduction by Amanda J. Owens, Co-Editor of The Locke Luminary.
  • On Becoming A Liberal: Guidance Of George Washington, by Dr. William B. Allen, Director, State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
  • The Life and Works of Thomas Jefferson, by Leonard Liggio, Executive Vice-President, Atlas Economic Research Foundation and School of Law and Institute of Humane Studies, George Mason University
  • The Thought of James Madison, by Charles K. Rowley, General Director, The Locke Institute and Professor of Economics, George Mason University