Josh's Reviews > Life Without Lawyers: Liberating Americans from Too Much Law

Life Without Lawyers by Philip K. Howard
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Apr 29, 09

really liked it
Read in April, 2009 , read count: 1

I mostly picked this book up because the title made me tingly all over. Okay, I actually picked it up because I had read a previous book by Mr. Howard called The Death of Common Sense and enjoyed it. In Life Without Lawyers he calls for some bold changes to our overly-regulated and legalistic system in order to return accountability to the people and eliminate the mindless rule-following that has damaged our way of life. Fascinating read. I checked it out from the library and now I'm going to have to buy it because I kept wanting to underline and write notes in it.

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