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Many legal philosophers/scholars pay lip service to the rule of law but they really don't care about it. More important to them is to provide legal rationales for the policies they advocate. I believe the rule of law is pretty much dead as a followed ideal. This is not to say that we should not point out violations of the rule of law. But it has faded under the twin influences of "progressivism" and central planning. (Hayek was right.)

Mario Rizzo.

John Taylor I think also deserves a place high up in the rule of law advocacy group

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