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  • 5 months later...

I would recommend John Lewis' Early Greek Lawgivers

I would also appreciate it if someone would objectively review "The Enterprise of Law" by Bruce Benson.

This isn't a "good" book - it's an unknown book (to me at least). I've heard that it's about anarcho-capitalism and since I'm kind of short on reading time these days, I don't want to squander it on something silly. But I have also heard that it has some good historical information about an effective form of government ("tens, hundreds, thousands") that has existed in history but isn't well documented elsewhere.

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