- Title Pages
- Part I
Chapter TwoWell-Functioning Markets and Contract Law
Chapter ThreeThe Moral Consequences of Well-Functioning Markets
Chapter FourContract Law, Efficiency, and Morality
- Part II
Chapter EightPernicious Markets and the Limits of Contract Law
- Table of Authorities
- The Dignity of Commerce
Nathan B. Oman
- University of Chicago Press
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