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In modern America, the rule of law is increasingly being eroded by trial lawyers, prosecutors, and socially oriented shareholder activists that manipulate legal rules to achieve policy objectives outside the normal bounds of legislative action and administrative rulemaking. Manhattan Institute studies civil litigation, overcriminalization and corporate governance to assess these trends and formulate policy solutions.

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Rachel O'Brien
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James R. Copland
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Rafael Mangual
Fellow and Deputy Director, Legal Policy
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The Legal Revolution To Come: How The Right Can Reshape The Courts

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