A Time for Every Purpose: Law and the Balance of Life

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Rakoff traces the law's effect on our use of time and discovers that the structure of our time is gradually changing. Though subtle, the law's structure establishes the terms by which society allocates its efforts, coordinates its many players, establishes the rhythms of life, and indeed gives meaning to the time in which we live.

A Time for Every Purpose: Law and the Balance of Life 2002, Harvard University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9780674009103

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